Singing teaching as a therapy for chronic respiratory disease - a randomised controlled trial and qualitative evaluation

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Journal Article


BMC Pulmonary Medicine, Volume 10, p.41 (2010)



Despite optimal pharmacological therapy and pulmonary rehabilitation, patients with COPD continue to be breathless. There is a need to develop additional strategies to alleviate symptoms. Learning to sing requires control of breathing and posture and might have benefits that translate into daily life.

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