The World Health Organization once called the dance “the best sport in the world.”
The Queen’s University of Belfast study found that dancing helps longevity. Dance makes the old people often together, enhance mutual understanding and communication, reduce the loneliness of the old people, let them realize that they have not been abandoned by the society, and at the same time reduce the pain caused by aging.
Long-term adherence to dancing can enhance lung capacity, strengthen heart reserve, increase body resistance, and reduce the risk of chronic diseases such as heart disease, high blood pressure, and diabetes.
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A study by the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil found that the elderly jumped for three months of ballroom dancing. The balance of the balance could be improved by 50% every three and a half hours a week, and the risk of falling was significantly reduced. The fracture has a significant effect.
Dancing can improve the flexibility of the human body. The large movement can fully stretch all parts of the body, increase the flexibility of muscles and joints, and enhance flexibility and coordination. Good flexibility reduces the probability of sports injuries.…