The Key to Brain Health: Light But Frequent Exercise
It is no secret that exercise can improve your brain health, but new research shows us just how important it is for your mind.
When a person engages in low-level physical activities (like walking, gardening and doing some household chores), it can help reduce the risk of cognitive damage as we age. The study also found mild exercise can have a positive impact both in the short and long term, with those who kept up regular moderate exercise seeing improvements in brain connectivity both right away and over the long term. This demonstrates one more reason why physical activity is so important to prioritize. Check out Medical News Today for even more.