Two and a half hours of exercise a day can reduce the risk of Alzheimer's disease and reduce its effects.
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Scientists monitor people whose parents have suffered from Alzheimer's and who are at risk. They found that those who exercise half an hour a day five days a week have significantly reduced biomarkers for the disease at an older age. Physically active individuals are less likely to develop a disease that affects cognitive function.
More than 1,500 adults who have parents with the disease participated in the study. Every two to four years, they report to the public and complete lists of their life habits.
The changes were visible in the elderly and younger than 60 years, writes Daily mail. However, the situation was different for those who trained for half an hour five times a week. In doing so, researchers have shown that habits of daily living, in this case regular physical activity, can influence the change in Alzheimer's risk factors.
Another study confirmed that the effect of the disease was much weaker in individuals who were intensely physically active and observed age, gender, body mass index, heart rate, and physical activity. Alzheimer's progressively progresses with age, not those who exercise regularly.
The disadvantage of aging is the risk of Alzheimer's disease and the condition can be improved through physical activity. If you are predisposed to get sick with this disease, start thinking in time to become physically active and do a great thing about your health.