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Why to sit whole day when you can dance?

We immediately ask two questions:
Why?is dancing better than other activities for improving mental capabilities?
Does this mean?all?kinds of dancing, or is one kind of dancing better than another?
That’s where this study falls short. It doesn’t answer these questions as a stand-alone study. Luckily, it isn’t a stand-alone study. It’s one of many studies, over decades, which have shown that we increase our mental capacity by exercising our cognitive processes. Intelligence: Use it or lose it. And it’s the other studies which fill in the gaps in this one. Looking at all of these studies together lets us understand the bigger picture.
 
The essence of intelligence is making decisions. The best advice, when it comes to improving your mental acuity, is to?involve yourself in activities which require split-second rapid-fire decision making, as opposed to rote memory (retracing the same well-worn paths), or just working on your physical style.
 
One way to do that is to learn something innovative. Not just dancing, but anything new. Don’t worry about the probability that you’ll never use it in the future. Take a class to challenge your mind. It will stimulate the connectivity of your brain by generating the need for new pathways. Difficult classes are better for you, as they will create a greater need for new neural pathways.
 
Then take a dance class, which can be even more effective.?Dancing integrates several brain functions at once – Kinesthetic, rational, musical, and emotional, further increasing your neural connectivity.
 
Here are some fitness and health benefits of dance and why you should start it today:
Forever Young.Dancing is tremendously beneficial in keeping us young. It retards the aging process immensly. It benefits our heart, cardiovascular system and increases our lung capacity. Fact: The muscle exertion and breathing rates of dancers performing in one dance competition is equivalent to those of cyclists, swimmers and an Olympic-level 800-meter runner.
 
Strong Bones, Lubricated Joints.Dance aids in the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis for men and women. For women during post-menopause, there can be a significant drop in estrogen levels which stops calcium from being absorbed into the bones. Dancing can also help keep joints lubricated in order to prevent arthritis.
 
Calorie Blaster.Dance exercises our bodies to allow for increased circulation. It helps us burn those calories away, while improving our stamina. It is estimated that dance burns anywhere from 5 to 10 calories per minute depending on speed and intensity. For example, swing and mambo burn more calories than a slow waltz. Check out approximately how many calories you burn while dancing to your own tune:
 
Better Blood.New research has discovered that it is necessary to measure both good and bad cholesterol levels when determining our health. Dancing aids in lipid control, which raises our HDL (good cholesterol), and lowers our LDL (bad cholesterol). Dancing is also great for diabetics because it aids in blood sugar control.