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Your Brain on Exercise Infographic
SMPP Software ProviderIt’s well-established that regular exercise can help us achieve physical fitness, improved health, and even possibly that perfectly sculpted body we all secretly desire, but little thought is often given to how regular exercise can improve the health and functions of your brain. Getting your sweat on can improve learning and mental performance, encourage the pituitary gland to release endorphins, and reduce sensitivity to stress, depression, and anxiety. Studies have shown that physically active women 65 years and older were less likely to develop cognitive decline, and patients with psychiatric disorders who practiced yoga or walked for one hour, three times a week, showed higher gamma-aminobutyric acid levels, improved mood, and decreased anxiety.
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