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Wednesday, January 30, 2013

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    I agree with Cheri that Astaire is biased, but on that note, ZUMBA baby!!!!!! Twinkletoes and learning new routines keep me agile and focused. Golf helps with balance, patience, cussing, tempo, and girlfriend time. emoticon emoticon emoticon
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    I think I was born demented...but that's another story!
    1910 days ago
    Sounds good to me!
    1910 days ago
    Love it!
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    i read daily anything....LOL so i must remain content with my 35 %...thanks for sharing,...
    1910 days ago
    Sadly I have to dispute the percentages presented by the slightly biased Fred Astaire Dance Studio and point you to the slightly more authoritative Mayo Clinic that suggests: Keep your mind active. Mentally stimulating activities may increase your ability to cope with or compensate for the changes associated with dementia. This includes such things as doing puzzles and word games, learning a language, playing an instrument, reading, writing, painting or drawing. Not only can these activities delay the onset of dementia, but they can help decrease its effects — the more frequent the activity, the more beneficial the effects.
    Be physically and socially active. Physical and social activities can delay the onset of dementia and also reduce its symptoms. The more frequent the activities, the more significant their effects. Examples of physical activity are walking, swimming and dancing. Social activities include traveling, attending the theater and art exhibits, and playing cards or games.

    1910 days ago
    jiggedy jig. swish , swirl, bump .... see how clear headed I am now??? emoticon
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    1911 days ago
    True Dat Wendy, dancing is super fun unless you are or Moo being forced to be my partner emoticon

    1911 days ago
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