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Doing art whether music, painting, writing or dancing – can contribute immeasurably to one’s psychological well-being. Art can be a healing force for people with mental disorder, including people with dementia, and art can contribute to the psychological well-being of people regardless of whether they have a mental disorder or not. It also heightens brain activity. It exercises our survival instinct. It develops core skills. For example, drawing has shown to improve reasoning and teamwork skills for children aged 3-5. It enhances a person’s well being. It also makes you more attentive. Art helps you to see the world differently. It can also increase your creativity. Art speaks to something primal within us, tapping into our imagination and firing our creative impulses. And best of all, doing it and viewing it is proven to make us better, more considerate thinkers.

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