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Could the cure for feeling sluggish be belting out a song?
The Doctors share the results of a study from The Journal of Music Therapy which found that singing along to music can help to boost your energy levels when compared to simply just listening to music. Also, the study found that if you really let it out and hit those high notes, it may help you feel even more energized.
"Belt it out!" ER physician expert Dr. Travis Stork says to those feeling low on energy.
They suggest enjoying a morning song in the shower or in the car in order to start your day off with a boost!