Major health benefits from strengthening and balance activity

New evidence review concludes that adults should do strengthening and balancing exercises twice a week alongside aerobic exercise. Published 4 July 2018 From: Public Health England An evidence review commissioned by Public Health England and the Centre for Ageing Better has found that muscle and bone strengthening and balance activities continue to have great health benefits for […]

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brain training

Brain training.  Here we go again!!!!!!!!! Weight training/brain training  and exercise does it!!!. If you want to live longer, happier, more fulfilled lives then get OUT THERE and make it happen for you. Here is another piece of evidence that adds another extension to the building of life and its quality… http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/872912… Exercise is well

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ageing and exercise. a technical article

http://www.pitt.edu/~bachlab/LabSite/Home.html/Publications.html/jackson2016.pdf have a read. Bit technical but very interesting The rise in incidence of age-related cognitive impairment is a global health concern. Ageing is associated with a number of changes in the brain that, collectively, contribute to the declines in cognitive function observed in older adults. Structurally, the ageing brain atrophies as white and grey

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Exercise is one of the top modifiable risk factors for chronic disease. Indeed, exercise produces roughly similar benefits to drugs in the secondary prevention of coronary heart disease, rehabilitation after stroke, treatment of heart failure, and prevention of diabetes. In addition, exercise has recently been shown to reduce the risk of dementia and improve mental health. The required

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