Regular Exercise May Slow Brain Aging By Ten Years

Exercise is good for you. This age-old, nearly timeless adage is one we all have all heard time and time again. But is this actually true, and if so, can it actually be proven on a strictly scientific basis? But more than this fact, which numerous studies have already strongly supported, these scientists have not only managed to prove an almost definite correlation between one’s physical activity and one’s cognitive performance, they have even managed to roughly determine the number of years it can potentially slow brain aging. According to the lead author of the study, Dr. Clinton B. Wright, “[Our study] suggests that people with low physical activity levels also had a greater burden of…risk factors [including diabetes, heart disease and high blood pressure].” A leading expert on health-…

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