Aerobic Exercise Can Improve Brain Health in Your 20s, Study Finds
Just in case you needed one more reason to break a sweat, the benefits of exercise continue to be far more than physical.
While many studies show it can reduce the risk of dementia, heart disease and mental health issues for those who are age 55 and older, new research finds that daily aerobic exercise can improve cognition and brain health in people as young as 20 years old. Study participants who did aerobic exercise for about one hour, four times a week, performed significantly better when it came to solving problems and shifting attention between multiple tasks. In case you need any more gym inspiration, check out Today for the full report.