Huffington Post – Psychologists Explain Why It Feels so Good to Sing in Your Car

Singing in your car is not only fun, it produces certain health benefits, too. The Huffington Post’s online article, Psychologists Explain Why it Feels so Good to Sing in The Car, features Kristen Ray, the Vice President of Behavioral Health at denova Collaborative Healthcare, who briefly discusses one of the many advantages to belting it out behind the wheel. “Singing provokes diaphragmatic breathing (deep breathing) which can not only reduce stress, but also improve sleep,” says Ray. So while your passengers may not enjoy it,  your off-tune, pitchy car karaoke is definitely health-worthy.

To read more about the health benefits of singing in your car, view the full article here.

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