Group singing improves COPD symptoms

A recent controlled trial in Brazil has shown a variety of benefits from group singing for people with COPD, including ‘that singing may acutely promote small and transitory reductions of pulmonary dynamic hyperinflation, and to preserve PEmax in the long run’.

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Originally posted: September 28th, 2010

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Categories: Lungs, Lungs - research






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