Multiple studies have shown that keeping physically active reduces the risk of cognitive decline.  Exercise improves blood flow to the brain, along with improved blood flow to vital organs and muscles.  A simple 30 minute walk could lower the risk of cognitive decline.  It was also shown that as the activity levels increased, the rate of cognitive decline decreased. So the minimum recommendation of 30 minutes of physical activity, five days a week, is not only good for your waistline, but for your brain.

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