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Researchers have that singing in groups could positive effects on reducing anxiety and depression. The research from the University of East Anglia in the UK, in collaboration with a community singing group Sing Your Heart Out. A research team the study to how singing with other people affects mental health. Researchers a group of participants who attended free weekly singing workshops for six months. They that singing in groups was an essential part in helping people from mental illness. In addition, it helped people feel valued, enhanced their mood and their confidence, social skills and feeling of well-being.

Lead researcher, professor Tom Shakespeare, said: "We found that singing as part of a group to people's recovery from mental health problems." He that: "All of the participants we to positive effects on their mental health as a direct result of taking part in the singing workshops. For some, it one component of a wider programme of support. For others, it out as key to their recovery or maintenance of health." Professor Shakespeare explained: "We the participants calling the initiative a life saver and that it their sanity." He said: "The key thing for everyone that the Sing Your Heart Out model fun and happiness."

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