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Getting closer to understanding how exercise keeps brains young
- By Howard E. LeWine, MD, Chief Medical Editor, Harvard Health Publishing
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Howard E. LeWine, MD, Chief Medical Editor, Harvard Health Publishing
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Meditating on scripture will keep one’s mind sharp and clear. It has been proven effective for people of all ages, from children getting better grades in school, to the elderly in their wisdom… Meditating on God’s Word is more than reading it, one must read, reread, chew on it, think on it, put you self into it and ask God to show you through His Word how you are to use it to serve others and to glorify His name. This one I meditate daily, “God has not given me a spirit of fear, but of power, of love and a sound mind” (II Timothy 1:7) It pleases God when we think on things beautiful, full of honor, virtue and praise. He said, “think on these things”. (Phil 4:8). Staying positive shows faith, rather than dwelling on negative messages that Satan gives. Speak kind, loving words and edify and encourage those whom God has in your life each and every day… Expect Him to always care for you and to keep your mind and guard your heart when we present our bodies to Him as a living sacrifice, no longer conformed to the world. ( Romans 12:1). God is faithful to protect and keep you as His own…
I get out and walk on my morning break. It really does make me more productive & happier!
So，athletes must be more intelligent than normal people？
exercise as close to one another is beneficial for healthy brains.
some times the medicine is not enough for treatment at this many times the exercise is can be show the effective result and many kinds of excessive are make or keeps our brain young and this article is about is so if we are take this kind of exercise we are have a young brain for all time . GOOD
I can tell that I have a stronger, easier all around functioning when I am exercising regularly.
Exercise is the best medicine for the brain. Moderately and made aware of its benefits, and combined with the practice of yoga or tai chi for example, disease and keeps away the synaptic and cognitive ability in tune with the needs and circumstances we face in everyday life.
Congratulations to Harvard health and Dr. Howard Lewine, MD, Chief Medical Editor, Internet publications, Harvard Health Publishing, the disclosure.
Exercise is one the most safest way to keep fit. We can prevent diseases from happening if we stay healthy. A regular oxygen intake to our bloodstreams can make our brain younger, because we release the toxic wastes from our body and keep a normal blood circulation that helps regulates unwanted fats and cholesterol. I like your post it’s very helpful. Keep up the good work.
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some times the medicine is not enough for treatment at this many times the exercise is can be show the effective result and many kinds of excessive are make or keeps our brain young and this article is about is so if we are take this kind of exercise we are have a young brain for all time .
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