‘Re-Sculpt’ Your Brain With Exercise and Lower Dementia Risk By Up to 90 Percent, Says Neuroscientist Wendy Suzuki

We know that 150 minutes of weekly exercise may help prevent Alzheimer’s and that exercise can actually slow down the aging process, but what happens to the brain when we exercise? New York University neuroscientist Wendy Suzuki says that we can decrease our dementia risk by 30 percent just by walking and that exercise has been shown to improve cognition among those who have already received a dementia diagnosis.

Read the full article from Being Patient.

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