Jun 12, 2020
Cognitive diseases like Alzheimer's and Dementia can affect millions of older adults, severely restricting the quality of life during the latter stages of the aging process. The good news is that there is a tremendous amount of evidence to suggest that exercise can help strengthen your brain and improve its ability to function which significantly reduces the risk of cognitive decline. Dr. Jenny Etnier is the Julia Taylor Morton Distinguished Professor of Kinesiology at the University of North Carolina Greensboro, and studies how exercise improves brain performance. On this episode of All About Fitness, Dr. Etnier explains how exercise enhances brain function and provides practical solutions that could help you to reduce the risk of developing a debilitating cognitive disease. You may already know that exercise is great for your muscles, waistline and heart now you're about to learn the benefits of exercise for your brain.
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