A person’s physical and cognitive health decline as he or she grows older. However, a recent research exhibits the mental health benefits of dance that improves a person’s overall wellness while aging.
A team of researchers from the University of Western Australia have revealed that by participating in arts for just two hours a week, one can improve their mental well-being and health.
A new survey conducted in the UK found that 17 million Brits plan on drinking less this holiday season.
The percentage of dance-related injuries increased by 37 percent from 1991 to 2007, study reports.
Men do more than moving on the dance floor. Apparently, they also attract lovers and fend off any potential rival, a new study suggests.
Girls, dance those worries away, as a new research reveals that dancing can really help young girls get rid of symptoms like depression, stress, fatigue and headaches and help them head towards a better state of mental health. The study conducted by Anna Duberg, a physical therapist at Örebro University Hospital and a doctoral candidate at Örebro University in Sweden, claims regular dancing can hence be regarded as a strategy for preventing and treating low spirits and depression, Medical Xpress reports.