Running May Boost Your Cognitive Health after Just One Week
A recent research from the National Institutes of Health, US, finds that regular running grows brain connections and therefore may boost cognitive health.
For the study, a team of researchers divided mice into two groups, having a sedentary group and an active group. They routinely analyzed brain tissue of the active group and the sedentary group. Having analyzed the received data, the scientists concluded that brain cells produced under running conditions were not only quantitatively but also qualitatively different.
Experts believe that the findings of this study should be a red flag for those who don’t like going to a gym, as while they may wait until the scales start to creep up, they should consider the silent benefits of a workout.
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