For Tamsin Hutchings there is nothing more enjoyable than picking up a pencil or a paintbrush and letting her creativity flow. She told us how her talent for art helps her to cope with living with pulmonary hypertension and other health conditions.
Music therapy is a recognised psychological clinical intervention delivered by registered music therapists to people with an injury, illness or disability. The therapy is available to people of all ages and abilities, with no musical experience required.
In 2010, a study into singing as a therapy for chronic respiratory disease concluded that singing classes can improve quality of life and reduce anxiety for patients with respiratory diseases, including COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease).
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