6 reasons why you should dance everyday

Dance is good for your health for a whole range of reasons.

The only way without drastic career change is to exercise in the form of dancing every morning and evening before we bath.

Dancing a fun activity with many health benefits listed below:

  • Mood

Dancing is a great way to improve your mood, the health benefits of which should not be underrated. Dancing, like any exercise, will help to produce natural antidepressants like endorphins but is also just a lot of fun. It also strengthens and helps you feel closer to your partner since it involves two people.

  • Reduce stress

If you are feeling tense or stressed out, turn up the music, grab your colleague and tango.

In a controlled study in the Journal of Applied Gerontology, researchers found that partner dance and musical accompaniment can help bring about stress relief.

  • Help your heart

Dance is a great activity for those at risk for cardiovascular disease. People with heart failure who took up waltzing improved their heart health, breathing, and quality of life significantly compared to those who biked or walked on a treadmill for exercise, noted an Italian study.

  • Boost memory

According to a study in The New England Journal of Medicine, dancing may boost your memory and prevent you from developing dementia as you get older.

Science reveals that aerobic exercise can reverse volume loss in the hippocampus, the part of the brain that controls memory.

  • Lose weight

Dancing is the easiest and fun way to lose extra pounds without going to the gym. Avoid junk foods, drink more fluid and try dancing twice a day.

  • Balance better

Dancing requires a lot of fast movement and good posture, so frequent dancing will help you stabilize and gain better control of your body. Dance has no age limit, an older couple who are afraid of falling should try practice dancing at home to get balance.

  • Flexibility

Dancing teaches us to be flexible which is good for the married folks. Most orgasm-guaranteed sex positions require flexibility and energy.

Most dance classes incorporate lengthy warm-up sessions which also consist of a lot of stretching.

By increasing your flexibility you will not only increase your athletic performance but also avoid a range of injuries.

  • Muscle Tone

Dancing requires fast-paced, difficult postures and even jumps which makes it a form of cardiovascular exercise.

Dancing helps to flatten stomachs, remove 'bingo wings' and create more toned legs and buttocks. If want well toned and proportioned bodies – add dance to your own schedule.


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