We all know the common good aspects of exercise. Exercise keeps us healthy and fit as well as free from diseases like heart disease, stroke, diabetes. As well as increasing the ability to work, keep the mind cheerful, keep the weight right - and so on. These have long been the mainstay of physical activity. And none of this is a lie. But a new study from Harvard University has found that it is a great way to increase brain power!
You may be thinking of losing weight, keeping your blood pressure in check, or exercising to get a good physique. Or thinking about having the right body shape - you don't need to exercise. But increasing brain power can be a good idea for anyone.
Especially those who can't pay attention to anything. Or they may not be able to think of anything - regular exercise or exercise may be the best way for them to increase their brain power. Research from Harvard also found that regular exercise, in addition to improving memory, can help you think faster than usual.
Human Health & Brain