Cancer Doesn’t Stop This Man From Getting His Dance On

USATODAY_HumankindPublished: September 28, 201734 views
Published: September 28, 2017

This guy is channeling his inner Michael Jackson and using dance to change the way cancer is portrayed. Cancer patient Michael Lopez only needs two things to stay upbeat in the hospital, Michael Jackson's music and a room to dance.

Dance movement therapy is believed to help individuals achieve greater self-awareness and a positive sense of well-being. The power of dance releases muscle tension and the movement patterns can cure problems in the body.

Cheerful Michael Lopez has mastered Jackson's moves, and gives a very positive vibe. People should learn from this guy that positivity is cure to all illness. Embrace life and live in the moment!

Physical activity is linked to the increase of endorphins, which evoke a feeling of well-being. Moving your body stimulates other body systems, such as the circulatory, respiratory, skeletal, and muscular systems and helps people stay fit and create rhythmic motions using their bodies.

Dance movement therapy as a form of complementary therapy is quite gaining popularity these days as a way of treating cancer in both hospitals and comprehensive cancer care centers.

After watching Lopez dance, having embraced his health condition, you would want to live your life to the fullest and incorporate music in your daily activities.

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