Many Types of Exercise Benefit Cognitive Function in Seniors

Many Types of Exercise Benefit Cognitive Function in Seniors
Many Types of Exercise Benefit Cognitive Function in Seniors
Cognitive function improved whether seniors did aerobic exercises or simple tasks focused on balance and coordination.

Many studies have told us exercise is good for the brain. But does it depend on the type of exercise? New research suggests not — at least for seniors. A study of older people found the brain benefits from many types of physical activities – and you don’t have to go to the gym to do them.

The researchers say their results are encouraging news for older people who may be put off exercising just because they are reluctant to go to a gym. 

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