Singing Changes Your Brain!
As British researcher reported in the journal Dementia, that a group singing program developed by the U.K.-based Alzheimer's Society, called "Singing for the Brain," may help improve aspects of memory, sociability, and mood in people with dementia. Though there's no evidence that memory-dependent activities, such as singing, can prevent dementia, many experts think they may help delay the onset of some age-related cognitive problems. Group singing has been scientifically proven to lower stress, reduce anxiety, and elevate endorphins. 32.5 million adults singing in over 270,000 choruses across the country must be a happy and healthy bunch!