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Exercise Really Prevents Alzheimer's?

Exercise Really Prevents Alzheimer's?

Does exercise prevent Alzheimer's? It can. Regular exercise is linked to a lower risk of Alzheimer's disease due to its positive effects on brain health. Physical activity increases blood flow to the brain, promoting the growth of new neurons and reducing the risk of cognitive decline. Exercise also lowers inflammation and decreases the buildup of amyloid plaques, key factors in Alzheimer's development. Engaging in aerobic activities, strength training, and even simple daily movements can contribute to a healthier brain and lower Alzheimer's risk.


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