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Surprising Ways Exerices Improves Your Brain

In the brief article I found below are a list of ways that physical exercise impact us.

In addition to what it says in the article, there is now growing evidence that regular physical exercise also works as a preventative for many of the problems that exercise can help with.

There are now one or two studies coming out showing that people who don’t have the problems listed in the article, in other words normal people (whatever that means) are happier if they take regular physical exercise. Remember regular physical exercise does not mean running a marathon every month.

If you need a little more motivation to start your own regular exercise then please have a quick read of the article linked below and see if it nudges you in the right direction.

If you have any comments, please leave them below.

This articles is written by Robin Stoloff from WPG Talk Radio 104.1 FM

10 Mental Health Benefits of Exercise

Research shows exercise does more than improve your body — exercise can actually improve your brain.

 

 

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