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Poor fitness linked to weaker brain fibre, high dementia risk

There is now new evidence that exercise improves brain health.

Researchers in Dallas at the UT Southernwestern’s Brain Institute have found that the lower the fitness level, the faster the deterioration of vital nerve fibres in the brain leading to loss of cognitive function and memory and ageing.

These conclusions have been derived from brain imaging in the patients that they studied.

Find out more about this as well as which part of the brain is most effected.  Exercise that benefits the brain also relates to cardiovascular health. Find out more about and the effects that medication for hypertension and cholesterol lowering may have on improving both heart and mental health.

If you would like dietary help to reduce your blood pressure and cholesterol level and to match your exercise efforts then contact us today.

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