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It’ll help you bond with others and reduce feelings of pain. That’s from a study in the journal Biology Letters. Because when we move in sync with others, everyone’s mirror neurons light up, which facilitates bonding. And the physical activity and music encourages the brain to release feel-good chemicals that blunt pain. Two solid reasons to get your groove on!