Life satisfaction in a girls' choir - ImPulzus

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Life satisfaction in a girls’ choir

[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Written by Vera Daniella Dalos

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The most outstanding positive outcomes of singing in a choir are the following: benefits for well-being and relaxation, improved breathing and posture, social, spiritual and emotional benefits, and positive effects on the immune and cardiovascular system. In the present study, I examine the well-being of a person through the measurement of satisfaction with life. 88 singer and non-singer female student participated in the study. I measured their extracurricular activity and its frequency, and the factors of singing influencing well-being. Main results show that there is a significant difference between life satisfaction of singers and non-singers – singers achieving higher scores on the scale. This result can provide a basis for further examination of the Hungarian choir population concerning wellbeing. In the future social aspects of singing should be studied and more emphasis should be placed on the impact of extracurricular activities.”

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