This 30-second morning exercise can help you have the ‘best day, every day’ | Liverpool echo

Experts have revealed that a 30-second exercise can help improve your mental health and prepare you for the ‘best day’.

Research shows that dancing for half a minute every morning for six weeks can lead to positive cognitive and psychological results. Just pick your favorite upbeat tune and let yourself go. You’re free to move as you please – whether that’s jumping, spinning or waving – to the beat of the music.

Dancing is not only fun, it’s also an intense exercise that can increase your heart rate, improve circulation and release mood-boosting endorphins. These endorphins can help set a positive tone for the day ahead.

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Morning routines are crucial for setting the tone for the rest of the day, experts say. They can affect productivity, mood and overall well-being, reports Wales Online.

Incorporating simple yet effective activities into your morning routine can significantly improve your mental health and help you start your day on a positive note. Experts at Harvard Health have also suggested that dancing can preserve and even improve your cognitive skills as you age.

In a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine, researchers examined the effects of 11 different types of physical activity. Of all the activities, dancing was the only activity that reduced the participants’ risk of dementia.

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