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Should I try it? …CHANTING

Can repeating verses in an unknown language really leave us feeling positive, alert and recharged? We limbered up our vocal cords
Words Laura Potter. Photograph Getty

The practice of chanting is an Indian tradition that dates back thousands of years and has been passed down through generations. Today’s practitioners suggest that the particular collection of sounds that send vibrations through your body can help to counter modern challenges like long working hours, reliance on technology and a lack of downtime, because it’s said to provide us with qi (pronounced chee) or energy, helping us feel positive, in control, and physically and mentally recharged. Chanting can quiet a stressed mind, and re-energise it, too.

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Get that #summerglow with the June/July issue of Healthy, which features the incredible Davina McCall on the cover. We’ve got a brand new natural beauty section, plus a summer body guide covering lean protein and expert fitness advice. Also, find out how to make street food at home with everything from Buddha bowls to cashew and coriander falafel. Plus! We ask: can a sun tan EVER be healthy? And do you really need those expensive trainers? Find out more in the brand new issue of Healthy.