Dance Like No One Is Watching

𝔾𝕠 π• π•Ÿ...π••π•’π•Ÿπ•”π•– π•π•šπ•œπ•– π•Ÿπ•  π• π•Ÿπ•–β€™π•€ 𝕨𝕒π•₯π•”π•™π•šπ•Ÿπ•˜... 𝕨𝕙π•ͺ π•Ÿπ• π•₯ π•˜π•–π•₯ π•€π• π•žπ•– π•˜π•£π•–π•’π•₯ 𝕑𝕙π•ͺπ•€π•šπ•”π•’π• π•–π•©π•–π•£π•”π•šπ•€π•–, π•’π•Ÿπ•• π•žπ•–π•Ÿπ•₯𝕒𝕝 π•–π•©π•–π•£π•”π•šπ•€π•– 𝕒𝕀 𝕨𝕖𝕝𝕝 𝕒π•₯ π•₯𝕙𝕖 π•€π•’π•žπ•– π•₯π•šπ•žπ•–.

When considering how technical some forms of dance such as the tango or waltz can be, it makes sense.

Several studies have researched the benefits dance can have on the brain. One study looked at MRI scans of older individuals and determined that dance can help increase the amount of white matter in the brain-with age, white matter degrades and is considered to be a factor in cognitive decline. This could help prevent the onset of diseases such as Dementia or Alzheimers. 🧠

So go on and dance with your heart while you pamper your brain!

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