NeuroVoice: Improve Your VOice and Cognitive Function Simultaneously with our Breakthrough Method
To have a healthy brain and a sharp mind, you need two things: neural activation and fuel. Neural activation stimulates your brain cells to communicate with one another and grow while fuel means providing your brain with the nutrients and oxygen it needs to function well. How can you achieve both of these things with one simple and fun method? The answer is singing.
Singing is not only a great way to express yourself and enjoy music, but also a powerful tool to improve your brain health and cognitive function. When you sing, you activate your whole brain and increase your oxygen intake, helping your brain cells to work better and faster.
Singing also activates the vagus nerve, which connects your brain to your body. The vagus nerve helps you relax, reduce stress and inflammation, and regulate your heart rate and blood pressure.
Your voice can also be used as a biofeedback tool to measure and improve your brain performance- that’s where NeuroVoice TM comes in. Our signature voice teaching method uses changes in the voice as an indicator of brain improvement.
NeuroVoice TM exercises are target specific areas of the brain that affect your cognitive abilities, such as balance, coordination, posture and proprioception. If a particular exercise benefits the brain, you’ll notice an improvement in your voice as well, such as better vocal control, range, clarity of tone and diction.
NeuroVoice TM is suitable for anyone who wants to improve their vocal and cognitive skills- whether you are a singer, speaker, teacher, student, professional or just a curious learner, All you need is your own voice and a willingness to learn. Sign up today!
Singing improves the brain by:
Singing involves multiple cognitive skills at once, which keeps the brain agile and prevents it from becoming sluggish. Learning to sing is a fun and rewarding way to improve your memory and IQ.
Improving your mood
Singing releases endorphins which are associated with feelings of pleasure and happiness. It also reduces levels of cortisol, a hormone associated with stress
Improving language skills
Singing can help improve language skills by increasing vocabulary and improving pronunciation
Singing requires coordination between different parts of the body, including the diaphragm, vocal cords, and mouth. This can help overall coordination
Singing can help stimulate creativity by encouraging improvisation and experimentation with different sounds and styles.
Activating multiple parts of the brain at once
These include the auditory cortex (which processes sound), the motor cortex (which controls movement), and the limbic system (which is involved in emotion).