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Effects of Zumba dance on the management of stress - A survey

Author: 
Nur Liyana Hannah Izham Akmal
Subject Area: 
Health Sciences
Abstract: 

Aim: To study the effects of Zumba dance in the management of stress. Background: Stress is a part of daily living and it can be considered as a natural human phenomenon. Basically, stress refers to the feeling of being under unbearable mental and emotional pressure. It may affect an individual’s feelings, thoughts, behaviour, and physiology. Stress can be caused by various life’s demands, which include work, academic, relationships and financial. Different people have different ways of dealing with stress, depending on the individual. Zumba dance is a form of cardiovascular exercise that helps in improving mood and the energy level of an individual through the secretion of hormones that induce stress relief such as norepinephrine, serotonin and dopamine. Zumba dance involves various active movements and exercises, which can stimulate the production of endorphins in the body in order to suppress the action of stress-causing hormones such as cortisol and adrenaline. Materials and Method: 1) A group of 50 individuals are randomly selected as the sample subjects. 2) Each individual is given a survey form to be completed within 30 minutes. 3) After a month, the same survey form is given again to each individual to be completed within 30 minutes. 4) The survey forms of an individual given before and after the Zumba dance classes are compared. 5) The difference between the two survey forms is recorded to study the effects of Zumba dance in the management of stress. Result: Difference between the first and second survey forms given to an individual indicates the effects of Zumba dance in the individual’s stress management.

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