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Jog Your Memory: The Effects of Exercise on the Brain
We all know that exercise has wide range of benefits, but did you know that it can actually help your brain? www.paininjuryrelief.com has created an infographic entitled “Jog Your Memory: The Effect... s of Exercise on the Brain”, explaining how fitting an exercise routine into your day can help keep your brain and your body healthy. Exercise is good for us – we all know this to be true. However, new research is showing that exercise may be one important part of keeping your brain in tip-top shape. Exercise is linked to reducing insulin resistance, stimulating the release and survival of new blood vessels in the brain, and reducing inflammation. This infographic even shows an interesting before and after scan of the brain, showing how your grey matter is positively affected by exercise. The British Journal of Sports Medicine studied 86 women that took part in an aerobic exercise routine twice a week for six months. This exercise routine increased the hippocampal volume; the part of the brain which is responsible for learning and memory. So get up, get exercising, and reap the benefits not only in your body, but in your brain as well. Feel free to like, comment, and share this infographic from www.paininjuryrelief.com entitled “Jog Your Memory: The Effects of Exercise on the Brain”. Brought to you by Ghergich & Co. (http://ghergich.com) in partnership with PMIR (www.paininjuryrelief.com) via http://paininjuryrelief.com/effects-of-exercise-on-the-brain/.
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