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Covid patients singing lullabies at the opera

Covid patients singing lullabies. Some covid patients have breathing problems also after the illness is over. Opera singers for sure know how to breath and fill their lungs with air. So, English National Opera (ENO) is helping covid patients with breathing re-training through singing lessons online.

A breathing and wellbeing six week programme has been developed for people recovering from covid 19 who a still suffering from breathlessness and associated anxiety. The programme is introduced by the opera in cooperation with Imperial College Healthcare

‘Singing lullabies builds emotional connections with the other activities and exercises on the programme. Participants leave sessions with a calming song in their hearts – and crucially – this creates a positive emotional connection to a wealth of tools and exercises to help manage their symptoms, making these exercises more memorable, more meaningful and more usable.’, explains Suzi Zumpe – Singing Specialist and Creative Director of ENO Breathe

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