Month: February 2014
Social contact, regular exercise key to living longer
Forman. The two experts offer a simple prescription for exercise that almost anyone can follow. The key is to start gently and move gradually. “If the thought of exercise holds you back, don’t call it exercise; call it physical activity,” Dr. Forman recommends.
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Often, loneliness is accompanied by a sedentary lifestyle, which can significantly weaken one’s health. Simple exercise such as walking regularly at a good pace can’t just cut the risk of cardiovascular and Alzheimer’s disease by 50 percent — it can also clearly slow down the normal aging process of an older person’s brain, Kirk Erickson of the University of Pittsburgh told AFP. At the conference, the assistant professor of psychology presented new details of a study published in 2011 that involved 120 people aged 65 and older. – Older brain ‘highly modifiable’ – With age, the brain shrinks, he said.
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