A new study from Univ. of California, Irvine and Univ. of Tsukuba-Japan found that just ten minutes of very mild exercise—such as walking—can immediately alter how parts of the brain communicate with each other and boost memory function. The researchers noted that very short and easy exercise can change people’s brains right away, and that the exertion required for this significant benefit is so minimal that almost anyone can do it.


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  1. Walking is one the best low-impact, moderate exercises you can do, for all of the body’s systems, including digestion and lymph glands. When you can’t get out and walk due to weather or environment, the Eastern Internal Arts such as Tai Chi and Qigong can provide a simple, quick alternative with all the same health benefits. I have found some good tips and techniques here https://abundantpeace_b0cb.gr8.com/

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