Reducing the Risk of senile With Aerobics

Dementia is a condition where a person has decreased the ability of memory and thinking power, in layman's language is called senility. Decreased ability of these interfere with the function of everyday life.

Experts from the Mayo Clinic found new evidence that aerobic exercise can reduce risk and slow the progression of dementia. Findings will be published this month in Mayo Clinic Proceedings. They concluded that aerobic exercise plays an important role in preserving cognitive abilities.

Broadly researchers define sport, particularly aerobic exercise, will increase the heart rate and increase the body's need for oxygen. Practice in question can be done starting from simple things such as brisk walking, jogging and doing activities at home such as sweeping and mopping.

The researchers noted that brain imaging studies have consistently demonstrated objective evidence regarding the benefits and the beneficial effects of exercise on the integrity of the human brain. The results of animal studies also have shown that exercise can produce trophic factors that enhance brain function, while also facilitating the connection of the brain (neuroplasticity).