Study Finds Aer­o­bic Exer­cise Improves Mem­ory, Brain Func­tion and Phys­i­cal Fit­ness


A new study con­ducted by researchers at the Cen­ter for Brain­Health at The Uni­ver­sity of Texas at Dal­las pub­lished online in the open-access jour­nal Fron­tiers in Aging Neu­ro­science found that engag­ing in a phys­i­cal exer­cise reg­i­men helps healthy aging adults improve their mem­ory, brain health and phys­i­cal fitness.


There has been many great studies of this nature. Aerobic Exercise has actually become a “prescription” with the branch of group health that uses the pool I work at. Our senior numbers are up and they have been finding exercise has also been delaying the on set of Alzheimer’s. It’s a very exciting time in the field of physical therapy.