A new survey has found that the “move dance” movement works on anyone with a mental illness.

The study was conducted by researchers at the University of Minnesota and the Mayo Clinic, and it found that both men and women who were diagnosed with depression had higher rates of moving to perform the movement.

A 2016 study from Johns Hopkins found that people who moved their arms and legs to perform a “move” also moved their heart rate.

The new study also found that “move to move” was associated with a lower risk of having a heart attack.

“It’s important to note that this study does not prove that movement to move works for everyone, but that it’s useful for people with a lot of symptoms,” the authors of the study, from the Mayo Center for Mental Health, said in a statement.

The “move-to-move” movement has been around for decades, but the new study, published in the Journal of Applied Social Psychology, is the first to analyze the effect on mental health.

It found that a higher prevalence of the movement among people who have been diagnosed with mental illness was also linked to lower heart attacks, as well as higher suicide rates.

“Mental illness is a serious public health issue, but it has been under-studied,” lead author Dr. John R. Wansink, an assistant professor of psychology at the Mayo campus, said.

“Our study adds to the evidence that mental health is related to moving.

Moving is associated with increased heart rate, but we also found a relationship between movement to movement and suicide risk, depression, and self-reported psychological distress.”

The study did not determine what causes the movement, but researchers speculated that it could be a “conditioning mechanism” to reduce negative emotions.

“The ability to move is associated, in part, with psychological distress,” Wansinks study stated.

“In our study, we found that moving to move, and also mental illness, were linked to a decreased ability to feel good about oneself.”

A 2016 report from the American Psychological Association (APA) found that depression is more common among people with bipolar disorder than in the general population.

“Many individuals who have a history of mood disorders may find the movement movement to be a useful coping mechanism,” the APA said in its report.

The move-to be able to move can also help people who are experiencing depression or anxiety.

“Some individuals with depression may feel more comfortable with a more rigid movement to maintain a good mood or less comfortable with movement that might be too restrictive,” the researchers noted.

“There is no proven link between the move-move movement and the development of depressive symptoms, but our results suggest that movement can be a tool to help reduce depressive symptoms in individuals who experience depression.”

The move dance is a form of exercise in which a person performs a complex movement.

In the move dance movement, the body moves from one position to another and then to the next, in a rhythm that varies with the rhythm of the breathing.

It’s commonly used by athletes or dancers.

According to the AP, it’s also used in a wide variety of athletic and leisure activities.