Exercise Boosts Cognitive Function


Another benefit of exercise

Exercise boosts cognitive function in people 50 and older

Linda Searing writing for the Washington Post reported people age 50 and older could see improvement in cognitive function by exercising, according to a review of data from 39 studies. Cognitive function improved the most with moderate to vigorous exercise for up to 60 minutes, according to findings published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine

Comment: I’m a firm believer in exercise.

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