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How Leg Exercises Can Actually Improve Brain Health And Help Deal With Stress

You’ve probably heard many times that exercise is good for you. However, what type of exercise is best to achieve what you want?

This interesting research shows that weight-bearing exercise is also good for the brain.

If you’re interested in your health and keeping your brain fit, I suggest you have a quick read of the linked article below.

The featured article below is written by Steven Lerner.

Why Leg Exercises Might Actually Be Good For Your Brain

Exercises such as running and jumping have always been seen as a way to improve physical health, but now it seems it might also help with brain health. Researchers revealed that signals from the leg muscles are important for neurological health. In particular, exercises for the legs can improve the functionality of the brain.

 

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