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A short walk to help the brain

We are generally aware that exercise improves brain function and memory, but we haven’t been sure, how intensely or for how long one needs to exercise to get these positive benefits.

A study from U of C, and Japan published in September 2018 in proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences indicates that only 10 minutes of languid exercise is enough to improve cognitive and memory brain function.

Walking in the woods is not only great for the brain but also for the psyche!

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