Plymouth experts see nothing fishy in Lady Gaga's £40,000 aquarium therapy
PLYMOUTH fish fanatics are insisting a pop star hasn’t gone Gaga.
Pop princess Lady Gaga has installed a £40,000 fish tank in her home to help her recuperate after surgery.
And scientists at the National Marine Aquarium have found that it might not be so strange.
Ongoing research has found that watching a tank full of sea creatures really does make a difference to your health and wellbeing.
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Deborah Cracknell, scientific officer at the aquarium, said: “Although our research is not yet finished, we have definitely found that participants in the study experienced a significant drop in heart rate and improvement in self-reported mood while watching the exhibit.”
Dr David Gibson, managing director at the aquarium added: “Lady Gaga is clearly ahead of the curve when it comes to new healing techniques, but she seems to be on the right track when it comes to the latest addition to her home.”