BOSTON – New research suggests that short bouts of exercise can help protect your brain from memory loss.
Scientists in New Zealand found that just six minutes of high-intensity exercise may help ward off cognitive decline even more than long low-intensity workout or fasting.
They say brief but vigorous bursts of activity increase the production of a special protein essential for brain formation, learning, and memory and may protect the brain from age-related cognitive decline.
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