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Thinking of a worthwhile bonding activity with your family? Sing with them.

Health Benefits of Karaoke:

And here is great news – karaoke singing releases endorphins! Those are the “happy hormones” that make us feel good!

In addition, karaoke singing releases stress and tension, and helps exercise the lungs.

Check out this clip of the recent opening for a family friendly karaoke dessert cafe – Nellie’s Cafe

Karaoke machines and karaoke event locations are of great for family fun and health! Though your dad may love jazz, your mom loves samba, you prefer RNB ,and your siblings prefer other types of music, all of you can participate with karaoke because of thousands of songs to choose from. With this bonding activity you will not just exercise your family’s vocal cords and for them to be comfortable of doing it but help them increase their self-esteem and sense of self-confidence too.

There are lots of benefits you can get out of karaoke bonding with your family. Aside from social and emotional benefits that could help your family to be closer, physical exertion could promote good physical health too. Singing is a good heart and lung exercise, especially during those times that you try to reach high notes. It could improve your muscles and bones too by adopting good posture while singing. The joy out of singing and being with your family could awaken your happy hormones, dissolving the harmful effects of stress, relieves pain, and boosts your immune system too.

Karaoke mania is sweeping the world! Have you taken your trip up to the stage yet to belt out your favorite song to those you know and love? If not, you might just find yourself on the singing end of your nearest karaoke system very soon! So what is this karaoke, anyway? What’s the buzz about the newest karaoke player? What do you need to know to be “in the know” about this latest craze? Here are some facts, figures, karaoke lingo, and trivia you may want to know.

Karaoke is a Japanese word, made up of abbreviations of two other Japanese words. “Kara” comes from the word “karappo”, meaning empty. “Oke” comes from the word “okesutura”, meaning orchestra. So “Karaoke” literally means empty orchestra. Karaoke players play the music of the songs, without the lead vocals. So empty orchestra means you get the music without the voices.

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