If you want to improve your memory, read this study
A new study reveals a strong link between regular physical activity and enhanced brain health.
Analyzing MRI scans from 10,125 individuals, researchers found that exercise, even moderate like walking, is associated with increased brain volumes in crucial areas like gray matter, white matter, and the hippocampus. The study underscores exercise's role in reducing dementia risk and maintaining brain size.
Even moderate physical activity, such as less than 4,000 steps a day, positively impacts brain health.
The study contributes to the understanding of lifestyle factors in brain health and supports drug-free approaches to reducing Alzheimer's disease risk.