Cognitive function improves due to aerobic exercise

A recent review published in the journal Psychonomic Bulletin and Review suggests that aerobic exercise produces significant benefits in cognitive function for older adults.

From pursuing tasks to improved memory, aerobic exercise has been shown to boost the brain function of seniors in several recent studies reviewed in the publication.

Elders who are active and engage in routine exercise have consistently displayed better scores in memory tests and mental wellness exams than peers who do not engage in regular workouts.

While aerobic exercises like running, walking or cycling can produce weight loss results for young people and adults and improve overall strength and endurance, the advantages afforded by aerobic exercises to cognitive ability were only found in seniors.

The author’s of the review found that aerobic exercise had a tangible connection to increased memory and retention skills in the elderly.

“…The indications reported thus far – that regular exercise can benefit brains even when they are in their prime developmentally – warrant more rigorous investigation, particularly in the context of society becoming increasingly sedentary,” noted the review’s authors.

According to the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition, between 28 to 34 percent of adults between the ages of 65 and 74 are physically active, while under 44 percent of adults over the age of 75 exercise regularly.

While aerobic exercise can support cognitive function, another great way to boost brain power is by incorporating all-natural supplements by Dr. Newton’s Naturals like OmegaKrill into a daily routine.

Formulated with krill oil, which in turn is loaded with antioxidants, OmegaKrill offers a variety of benefits and can also be used to stimulate cell growth and renewal and improve circulatory and  nervous system health.