These pages contain links to more information about the benefits of singing for particular health conditions including research and evidence of people’s own experiences. There are also links to online videos so you can practice at home! There’s so much out there (this is just the tip of the iceberg and we’re continually adding new material!) but we hope you find this helpful.
Find out more about benefits of singing for particular health conditions from the list below or the sub-menu above:
- Singing for better breathing/lung health
- Singing for stroke survivors
- Sing to Beat Parkinson’s
- Singing for people living with dementia
- Or join one of our groups!
Or read on for some general information:
Singing is good for you – FACT! (PDF) This leaflet has been produced by the British Voice Association. It talks about the ways in which singing is good for your general health and wellbeing.
Power of Music Report (PDF) published by UK Music & Music for Dementia 20th April 2022.
The Voice & Ageing (PDF) (published by the British Voice Association).
The Effects of Stress and Emotion on the Voice (PDF) (published by the British Voice Association).
Research conducted by the UEA and Sing Your Heart Out (SYHO) has evidenced the ways in which group singing is good for mental health.
Muscle Tension Dysphonia (PDF) (published by the British Voice Association).
Other useful links:
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