8. Exercise helps to prevent cognitive decline
Exercise helps us stay younger, longer. Physical activity has been proven to help reduce the risk of cognitive decline, especially cardiovascular exercise which elevates the heart rate and increases oxygenated blood flow to the brain and body. According to research, regular physical exercise can reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s by up to 50 percent.Exercise can also delay any further deterioration in individuals who have already begun to develop cognitive problems like Alzheimer’s.
In a nutshell: Exercise helps your body physically, and emotionally, now we see that it can prevent the loss of memory and brain function as we grow older. Exercise can prevent premature senility.
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