Singing for lung health

Music making and other creative activities can make you feel healthier and more positive. There’s increasing evidence that singing regularly as part of a group is good for your general health and wellbeing. It seems to be especially good at improving your quality of life if you’re living with a lung condition.

Singing as a group is good for people with no experience of singing, as well as people who have loved music-making their whole lives.

In this information, we explain how singing can help improve your breathing and wellbeing, what happens in a singing session and how you can get involved in a Asthma + Lung UK Singing for Lung Health group.

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