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Aerobic Exercise Might Help Older Adults with Thinking Problems

By Admin | January 28, 2019

Anxious about your aging brain?

The study was published this week in the online medical journal for the American Academy of Neurology. However, specialists who are not yet convinced of its effects would find this new study as a "randomized, clinical trial" that proves its beneficial result, via WSLS.

"There are now no proven medical therapies to stop or reverse age-related cognitive decline, and these lifestyle changes have the potential to delay the onset of dementia for years", said lead study author James Blumenthal of Duke University Medical Center in Durham, North Carolina.

The study looked at people who had cognitive impairments without dementia, which is defined as having difficulty concentrating, making decisions, or remembering, but not severe enough to be diagnosed with dementia. Participants were an average age of 65, two-thirds female and equally divided between whites and minorities.

For more information on this, please read, Aerobic Exercise Might Help Older Adults with Thinking Problems, by Click Lanchashire. 

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