Healing Power Of Singing

Improvisation is the best way to wake up your talents

Singing for sure makes you feel good! It has long been proven that singing improves mood and well-being. it’s not for nothing that people singing in the shower feel like they have received a charge of cheerfulness for the whole day.

It turns out that when singing only 15-20% of sound waves go into the outer space, the rest are absorbed by internal organs, causing a resonance in them.

Moreover, each organ and even the cell has its own frequency of “sounding”. In sick organs, it is slowed down or, on the contrary, accelerated.

Proper clean singing affects the weakened organs and is able to return them a healthy vibration, as well as adjust the debilitated body systems. At the same time, out of all the variants of vocal therapy (the so-called method of healing with singing), the most effective think improvisation is when a singing person, on a whim, finds the necessary musical vibrations for his body.

The fact that singing can heal was known a very long time ago. Thus, the thought of the therapeutic effect of sounds can be found in the writings of Plato, Democritus proposed that some mental illnesses be treated with choral singing.

In ancient Egypt, singing was treated for insomnia, Chinese medicine also noted the enormous influence of music on man and attributed to him the ability to restore harmony with nature. In ancient India, for a spiritual and physical healing used a certain set of sounds – mantras, which are still practiced in yoga.

Today singing is used for the purposeful treatment of mental disorders – apathy, depression, schizophrenia, neuroses and phobias. And thanks to the fact that singing is the best breathing exercise, developing lungs and increasing their vital capacity, vocal therapy is prescribed for bronchial asthma and other diseases of the respiratory tract.

Recent studies by Western scholars, conducted among opera singers, have shown that regular singing not only develops their pectoral muscles, but also strengthens the heart muscle.

As a result of the research, it was also revealed that during the gestation period, it is very useful for women to sing. Sounds stimulate the brain of the fetus, and his hearing aid receives the necessary training. Smooth transitions of the mother’s voice from high sounds to low activate the growth of organs and systems of the future child, tuned to certain audio frequencies.

Never be afraid to sing, improvise, who knows, maybe you will wake up hidden abilities in yourself.