Playing an instrument and staying healthy at the same time; Sounds great — right?
While many health experts agree that exercise is still the best tool in preventing certain types of sickness, there are researchers around the world who were conducting a thorough study on the health benefits of playing drums.
But what does an hour of vigorous drum session or an eight-hour gig marathon can do to your health?
This article will help us to find out.
An hour of intense drumming session keeps your heart rate up. This produces a world of wonder to your entire immune system. Blood flows to your muscles, taking with it the nutrient-rich oxygen. Your joints and muscles become flexible while your back gets a great workout. Constant movement bombards your body with new white blood cells, keeping you safe from several forms of viruses and diseases.
Also, drumming requires an effort from your biggest muscle groups -abdominal, legs and back. Though it involves a small part of your arms and shoulders, it is still a great routine instead of sitting in front of the Gamestation or TV.
Playing drums alleviates stress, anger and depression. Stress-fighting estrogen goes around your system while you are doing exciting activity like playing drums. Hitting those drum skins helps you in rerouting your anger and frustration (over having to wear a 24/7 mask during the pandemic?) in a very positive way.
Our body has a natural sense of rhythm that we release through different types of activities like dancing, singing and playing musical instruments. Drums and other percussion instruments helps us to get back in-tune with our natural self by tapping to our inner sense of rhythm. Playing drums makes us more focused, coordinated and creative, while engaging your left and right brain for a total mental workout; thus helping to prevent brain atrophy and its side-effects.
All of these music lesson benefits lead you to a more positive outlook in life. In effect, you will become productive, sociable and open-minded. It is also important to note that playing drums attracts other people and musicians to take a look at you. Isn’t this a great opportunity to share the world your talent?
What if inside you, a potential drummer is already developing? Can you think of all the opportunities that await you?
Are you ready for In Home or In Studio drum lessons or music lessons?
Then, visit Kathryn Brickwell Music Instruction online at https://www.music-instruction.com or phone 800-285-5732.
Make 2022 your year for amazing drum lessons!