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).
Breaking into a yuletide rendition of your favourite festive carol could be the latest weapon in the battle against breathlessness. Melody Mills (yes, that’s her real name!) reports on the benefits of singing as therapy.
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