Things Happening to Your Life When You Dance
Things Happening to Your Life When You Dance
It’ll enhance neuroplasticity
Studies show that dancing lowered the risk of dementia by improving cognetive reserves and increase complexity of neuronal synapses.
It makes you more intelligent
The essence of intelligence is making quick and accurate decisions. Dancing demands speedy decision making and requires instant responses to questions.
It’ll improve your muscle memory
Dancers can achieve complex moves through visualizing movements and hence can help improve muscle memory.
It’ll slow down ageing and boost memory
Dancing can train up your brain muscles and offers alternative path that you can use to access stored information and memories.
It’ll help prevent dizziness
Dancing will help improve the function of your cerebellum, which in turn may help you improve your balance and make you less dizzy.
Dancing Increases neural connectivity can be of great benefit to your brain as it ages.
Prevention of cardiovascular diseases
Today it is undisputed that physical exercise and sports activity have beneficial effects in the prevention of cardiovascular diseases.
Heberden, who in 1772 brilliantly described the clinical manifestations of angina pectoris, anticipated the benefits of physical exercise when he asked whether “chopping wood for 30 min every day would not be a remedy.” These beneficial effects have been demonstrated in primary and in secondary prevention after a heart attack or coronary event.
Physical rehabilitation enables patients to recuperate quickly, and provides optimal conditions for their reintegration into professional, social, and family life after a temporary incapacity. Since the days of Heberden, physical exercise and rehabilitation of the cardiac patient have acquired great importance in the fight against the risk factors for atherosclerosis, owing to their practical importance and to the many research problems they provoke.
The European Society of Cardiology, the French Society of Cardiology, the European Federations, and the French Federation of Cardiology have unanimously recognized the theoretical and practical importance of this issue, and each of these organizations has formed a working group, undertaken clinical research, or assisted cardiac patients with counseling.
The Fifth World Congress, held at Bordeaux in 1992, has confirmed the importance of the topics in cardiology that are discussed here. The aim of this general review is to analyze the benefits obtained from physical activity on cardiovascular function, and, in the light of the most recent and important studies, to discuss the effects of physical exercise in the primary and secondary prevention of cardiovascular diseases, particularly of coronary atherosclerosis.
Enhancing Our Social Life
Dancing is social, fun, and entertaining. Dancing builds up a new and exciting social life for us, giving us the possibility of meeting new people and making new friends. Friends create a safe environment for us to learn and grow. Friends make us happy and add colors to our life.
Colorful and Including Culture
Dancing has it’s own culture! This culture includes all cultures! How cool is that!? People from all parts of the world, with different ideologies, and from all path of life meet on the dance floor, dance, have fun, and interact. Cultural interaction plays an essential role in our both physical and mental health. Further on, it expands our horizon and the the way we look at the world, creating mutual understanding which helps performing realistic and efficient solutions for the issues our life and planet is facing today.
Personal look and hygiene
Dancing is not just about meeting people, having fun and romance! It promotes and enhances our personal care as well! When we go out meeting people and dancing, we always want to look neat, smell good, and look vital and healthy. Dancing keeps us high on our personal health and hygiene.
Nothing is more essential than your idea about yourself. This idea is a result of your interaction with our surroundings since we are born and even before that!
In sociology and psychology, self-esteem reflects a person’s overall subjective emotional evaluation of his or her own worth. It is a judgment of oneself as well as an attitude toward the self.
A strong and healthy opinion about who you are, what you do, and how important your existence matters to your friends and loved ones to others and basically a love and appreciation for yourself is considered as one of the most important factors in human beings’ mental, social, and cultural health. In the rush of the modern and urban society this quality is either forgotten or one can find too little of it.
Good mood and higher endorphin levels are our efficient tools to prevent/ resolve stress and depression. As we know both stress and depression are known as the major enemies of our immune system. It helps us establish our self-confidence and self-discipline. It helps us to improve synchronizing between our mind and body and make us feel good.