The New England Journal of Medicine conducted a 21-year study and found that dance alone can lower the risk of Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia in elderly people.

 The result is truly remarkable

The biggest surprise is that almost none of the physical activities appear to show any added protection against developing dementia.

 There was one exception in this study. Out of all the physical activities, the only one to provide protection against developing dementia was frequent dancing.

 

It shows that frequent dancing can help lower the risk of dementia by a massive 76 percent. The reason behind this is believed to be that dance involves the most mental effort out of all the physical activities that were included in the study.


        Dancing at the Barn  Feb 27

 

TEACHES

What Happens Next

High Horse

No Country Music For Old Men

OPEN DANCES  7-9

Homegrown

Dizzy

California Heartache

Codigo

Homesick Heart

Take Me Home

11:59

Southern Dreams

Perfect Crime

Lonely Drum

I Wanna Go

Young Volcanoes

Slowly Gently Softly

Askin' Questions

I've Seen It All

Senorita La La La

Knockin' Boots


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