Going for Walks Could Help Your Memory, New Study Says

Going for Walks Could Help Your Memory, New Study Says

Anyone having a tough time remembering something might want to consider going for a stroll. For older adults, walking can kick your memory into gear, according to a new study from the University of Maryland. Researchers compared the story recollection abilities between individuals with normal brain function and those with mild cognitive impairment. They discovered that routine walks strengthen connections in and between brain networks. The study adds to a mountain of others that suggest exercise could help mitigate risk of developing Alzheimer’s. Read more.


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