Exercise Improves Memory, Boosts Blood Flow To Brain

Study: 1-year workout program shows benefits for older people at risk of dementia — ScienceDaily

An interesting study points to cardiovascular exercise to help with memory and preventing Alzheimer’s disease. Steady-state low-intensity exercise stimulates blood flow to the whole body in this case they focused on the brain. The study also looked predominantly at older adults. A regular exercise program should be strongly recommended for all ages. Need advice? Call us for FREE phone consultation: 1.888.708.5582 | 450.465.1426

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