A new study suggests that choral singers not only synchornise their breathing, but also their hearbeats. Researchers in Sweden found that pulse rates for choir members sped up and slowed down at the same rate when they were singing together, something particularly noticeable in structured works. The overall effect was that heart rates slowed down during singing, and further research is to be done as to the effect of singing on general health.

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