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Exercise Beyond The Brain

The benefits of fitness extend beyond the brain. Regular physical activity reduces inflammation in the body, which can positively impact the brain as chronic inflammation is tied to various neurological conditions, such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease.


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Despite ongoing research, the current evidence underscores the powerful role of physical activity in promoting brain health and cognitive function, emphasizing the importance of integrating regular exercise into our lifestyles.

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