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Exercise for Your Brain
We know that staying physically active is essential to a long and healthy life. And while a chronic exercise pattern could put a strain in your physical and mental health, low-to-moderate exercise (walking, biking, hiking, etc.) helps keep bones & joints healthy, builds muscle, supports a healthy cardiovascular system and may also help keep your brain healthy. Previous studies have shown that exercise helps improve sleep, manage stress levels and increase energy levels throughout the day, so it’s no surprise that exercise is also essential for a healthy, aging brain.
Though some research has already shown that moderate exercise improves cognitive function in healthy adults, a study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine also looked at the brain function of women who had a history of heart disease or stroke, or were at risk. This study was of greater importance because it’s more likely that individuals suffering from a health condition such as high blood pressure or diabetes will also be at risk for Alzheimer’s or Dementia.
The study looked at close to 3,000 women over the age of 65 who were asked to answer several preliminary questions; including how often they exercised. Several years later, they were asked a series of cognitive and memory tests, on four separate occasions, throughout a 4 to 6 year period. What was found, was the more physically active the woman was, the better they performed on the tests given to them over the years. Most physical activity for these women consisted of 30 minutes or more of daily walking. The women in the study who got little to no exercise daily performed poorly in the tests, which researchers say amounted to a five to seven year difference in cognitive aging.
Over the years, we’ve seen a rise in Alzheimer’s disease and Dementia, with little progress being made in treatments; let alone a cure. Alzheimer’s affects more than 5 million Americans with a new diagnosis happening every 66 seconds.2 If there is any chance of preventing these diseases, it’s through living a healthy lifestyle. Make sure to stay physically active throughout your life and follow a healthy diet; low in sugar, vegetable oils and processed foods. Additionally, you can boost your mental health with Youngevity’s Synaptiv™, which is one of the advanced supplements offered through the new ProLine™.
Synaptiv™ is a bi-layered tablet that supports immediate neurological needs, as well as long-term brain function; promoting a healthy memory and cognitive function. Make sure to add it to your daily diet for advanced brain support!
Stay active and stay health! Prevention is the key!

 

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