Monthly Archives: November 2019
Normal loss of brain cells and declining of blood flow between brain neurons may be primarily responsible for a person’s poor memory, intelligence and learning. However, some steps can be taken to exercise a senior’s brain.
Age advances and with it comes the feeling that the head no longer functions as before. Instead of accepting this situation as an inevitable consequence of aging, you can react.
Your daily habits play a very important role in helping to prevent memory loss and other age-related impairment of mental functions.
Never think that you are too old to learn new things. The human brain has neuroplasticity, the amazing ability to change, create new brain cells and increase the connections between them, even in old age. However, to harness this potential, you must exercise it.
Physical exercise for the elderly has been the focus of many studies, as the population is getting older and there is an increase in the average life expectancy. Aging is a natural process of the life cycle that involves the regression of the physical, physiological and social capacities of the human being.
However, physical activity for the older people is associated with longevity and lower risk of morbidity.
It is always a good idea to keep in mind that exercise is much more than helping to maintain weight and fitness, and a recent research from the universities of Birmingham and King’s College London provides overwhelming evidence in this regard. The study found that older people that are more active have health parameters similar to younger people, such as preserved muscle mass and a good immune system.