Try Singing

You may think that singing in a choir is a slow leisurely pursuit. Not a bit of it!

This July, I sang with a choir at an early music festival here in Kent. On the day, I strapped on my heart monitor – and although my resting heart rate is around 62-65, it recorded 21 minutes at over 100 bpm – with a peak of 131.

Take a look at Try Singing shown under ‘David’s Articles’ for an early view of the benefits of singing for stroke survivors.

Read the article here.

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About dw

I’m old. Well, I’m nearly 74. And I was half paralyzed by stroke in March 2005. So I sit around all day “Trying to find lots of things not to do”—as the song has it. I’ve spent a little time and money tracing the ancestors, and yes, I’ve got drunkards and prostitutes among them. So, it’s a fairly normal family really. see worsleytree.org for the gruesome details. As the Irish comedian used to say “Let your God go with you”

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