So i got of the phone with someone who said;" Dance is an expression of love " Problem i have is i believe the movie lalalalala land, influenced the
judgement of the character stating the words, i could be wrong however.. Bad boy, good boy dance moves..
My dancing seems to attract the wrong sorts. I prefer to sit at the bar. That's been my formulae to love. Sitting at the bar while the rest of the
world pretends to be John Travolta and a "... fancy a drink, luv"?
Dance 'can' be an expression of love, but it can also be carried out for fitness, artistic expression, ritual such as war dances, or simply because
the dancer is having a massive serotonin release in their veins on a weekend club night.
The person who told you dance 'is' an expression of love just oversimplified with a generalisation as people often do.
I dont know.. we went to Jamaica on vacation and I didnt see much love on the dancefloor. Saw some simulated sex though.. well, a LOT of simulated
sex. Acrobatic simulated sex. Simulated sex with injuries. Im not posting it on here.. look up on youtube jamaican club sexy dance or dagger dance.
I jumped in the rabbithole of "or simply because the dancer is having a massive serotonin release in their veins on a weekend club night." I
found a discrepancy, that was inconclusive;" The paper didnt know if it was the music or dancing, that increased the serotonin levels.
Another paper showed that dance "may" boost the serotonin levels, but it needs to be a training session,
This will release serotonin
edit on 2017313 by tikbalang because: (no reason given)
Well without serotonin and dopamine, the love emotion would be little more than a thought.
And no, it's not just the music or the dance.
You can dance without music and achieve the same chemical releases same as exercise.
You can also introduce chemicals into the human body which does the same and creates interest in dancing to any repetitive beat.
Neither of those are 'love' based.
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