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Science Proves Singing Might Just Be the Perfect Drug


Did you know that you get all sorts of neurochemical rushes from singing with other people? Whether you’re actually any good at it or not is irrelevant (shower singers, rejoice). Perhaps this explains what is, for me, inexplicable = boy bands.

Check out the full post to learn why those sad Adele songs make us happy and why singing in a choir will get you high! One girl's forays into the choral community are particularly amusing (and heartening).

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  • PLE4Sustain

    It's been 3 years since our conductor had to leave us. I haven't found another local way to sing with any constancy since AND I MISS IT.
    Yes! Singing fills me in ways nothing else has so far. I invite YOU to sing it out; any time you hear music that moves you!