Washington: A new study has found that when people sing in a choir their heart beats are synchronised, their pulse tends to increase and decrease in unison.This has been shown by a study from the Sahlgrenska Academy at University of Gothenburg that examined the health effects for choir members.In the research project "Kroppens Partitur" (The Body`s Musical Score), researchers at the Sahlgrenska Academy are studying how music, in purely biological terms, affects our body and our health.The object is to find new forms where music may be used for medical purposes, primarily within rehabilitation and preventive care.In the latest study, the research group is able to show how the musical structure influences the heart rate of choir members.
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