Humming Improves Health

Nitrous oxide is the key

Janice Tovey

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Are you looking to make the most out of your daily walks? Humming while you walk will do this for you. Science proves it. It is the nitrous oxide.

We love the health boost a daily walk provides. It feels so great to get out into the fresh air. But did you know, that humming while walking will jet propel you toward better health?

Are you ready to super charge your daily stroll?

Why you should hum while you walk.

Nose Breathing

You are forced to breathe through your nose when you hum while you walk. This practice is excellent for your immune system and lungs. Your nose acts like a filter and is able to block pathogens and pollutants.

When we breathe through our mouths, the air goes directly into our lungs with no filter.

Nitrous Oxide

Breathing through our nose also releases nitrous oxide. Nitrous oxide plays a crucial role in delivering oxygen to our cells and increasing circulation. It can also positively effect sexual health, mood and metabolism. It is quite important.

Science has shown that humming while walking increases our nitrous oxide content by a whooping 15%. Wow! Humming while walking has also been shown to further reduce stress. Don’t worry, you don’t have to hum loudly, or be a good hummer.

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We all know the importance of daily movement, and walking is something almost everyone can do. If you are looking for added benefits experiment with some humming. Enhance the nitrous oxide in all of your cells, improve your mood, immune system and lung health, and recharge your sexual energy.

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Lace up those walking shoes, think of your favorite tune, and start a new health regime guaranteed to enhance your health.

Happy humming!

Janice Tovey

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Janice Tovey

My passion is writing. I also love reading, teaching, animals, nature, music, and humor. I am curious about everything and enjoy writing about all things.