Dance to be healthy


Change of lifestyle means, obviously, a positive change.  One important factor is that of our health.  To keep ourselves healthy we all know the basics:  proper diet and exercise.  But even the kind of exercise one chooses makes a difference.

Studies show that regular dancing helps combat the risk of dementia by 76%.  Yes, that’s right, a little cha-cha-cha will help keep your mind young!

Apparently, it’s all about neurons. Young brains adapt more easily to dying neurons.  But, with age, we tend to be habitual in our thinking

And habits can solidify flow.  But dance keeps your mind from becoming rigid – it’s the music that tells you what to do and not habit.  This helps keep the brain flexible.

DANCE related LINKS:  Dance Is the Best Means of Avoiding Dementia + Use It or Lose It:  Dancing Makes You Smarter + Music brings back memories for people with dementia at monthly Berlin dance + 9 Health Benefits of Dance + Dance therapy + A Swedish study shows that people who score high on intelligence tests are also good at keeping time.

Below is a video showing some basic belly dance moves. But they focus on the upper part of the body and seem to be excellent stretching exercises.  For those of us who do a lot of hand work, it’s fundamental to keep neck and shoulders flexible.


Belly dancing stretching movements

FASHION RELATED:

Below, Kjoo bracelet via bijoux textile with other fabric jewellery.

Tutorial for a t-shirt shrug + Gimme shelter: turning tents into couture art + This is a digital camera made out socks by Netta Amir + Korean Coat (Jeogori) + Mina Perhonenand So-en Magazine + Brenda Gerritsma jacket.

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