Last June, English National Opera and a branch of the NHS launched ENO Breathe, a program that offers what are basically online voice lessons adapted for patients suffering from ongoing shortness of breath weeks and months after (partially) recovering from COVID. The program’s administrators report that more than 90% of participants have experienced both improvements in breathing and reduction of anxiety. – Smithsonian Magazine

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