John Ratey, M.D., an associate clinical professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and author of the book Spark: The Revolutionary New Science of Exerciseand the Brain, says: “More brain cells are being activated when we exercise than when we’re doing anything else.”
Here are four negative things that happen to your brain when you quit exercising:
- Your mood may go down.
- Your memory may falter.
- Your mind becomes less sharp.
- You may have trouble with concentration.
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