Even Single Bouts of Exercise Promote Neuron Growth and Brain Health

Maybe you don’t work out often as you’d like. Perhaps you hit the gym once or twice a week, or enjoy a hike or bike ride on weekends. Or you have a hard time motivating to exercise, because you’re not sure it’s doing any good.

New research in mice shows that even a single bout of exercise benefits the brain. While everybody knows that regular physical activity is good for brain health (and overall health), researchers weren’t sure what the effects were of inconsistent exercise.

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