Whenever you hear someone singing or humming, the first thought is that they must be in a good mood. After reading this healthy tip, you will hopefully be singing your favorite tunes on a daily basis; for your health of course.
Among the most commonly damaged parts of the brain are the temporal lobes. These are located at the side of the head by the temples and behind the eyes. Symptoms of anger, irritability, paranoia, reading difficulty and difficulty with auditory and visual processing are symptoms of potential tomporal lobe problems. In adults the top complaints are memory issues, difficulty retrieving words, anxiety, fear and headaches.
There are several practices that can help heal the brain. Singing is one of these. Singing releases fear and other emotions; it can help alleviate sleep problems and insomnia. It is a known fact that song can assist with remembering;even children have better recall through song. The effect of the human voice spans beyond the physical and biochemical level and extends to deep spiritual and emotional healing.
So make singing a daily habit. Sing in the shower; sing in the car; encourage your children to sing – even sing with them, and enjoy a healthier brain….if you’re worried about your singing voice, go ahead and hum, it works just as well.