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Saturday June 22, 2024

Exercise can be anti-aging?

Exercise has been linked to increased muscle strength, improved heart health, lower blood sugar

By Web Desk
May 29, 2024
Exercise likely to younger your brain. — Unsplash/File
Exercise likely to younger your brain. — Unsplash/File

Exercise can help in keeping the brain young as per a new study.

It has been linked to increased muscle strength, improved heart health, lower blood sugar, and numerous other health benefits, according to Medical News Today.

A wide range of advantages that go beyond enhancing physical appearance or stamina are offered by physical activities such as running on a treadmill, biking up a steep hill, lifting weights, or taking a brisk lunchtime walk.

Understanding the deep links between body and mind, evidence from studies implies that regular physical activity could boost mood, alleviate stress, and sharpen cognitive function.

Ryan Glatt, CPT, NBC-HWC, senior brain health coach told MNT they "underscore the multifaceted benefits of exercise on brain health, particularly through gene regulation, mitochondrial function, and immune response".

"They offer valuable insights by merging molecular biology with practical health interventions for aging populations," he added.


Disclaimer: This may not work for everyone. Consult your doctor before trying this out.