EXERCISE, EXERCISE, EXCERCISE….
Hormones produced during exercise may be able to slow progression of Alzheimers. The Times https://bit.ly/2sjxRZi
The Institute for Exercise and Environmental Medicine in Dallas, Texas recommend 4-5x weekly exercise can help prevent main arteries to the heart from stiffening. https://bbc.in/2rVo6Rm
Researchers at the Baycrest’s Rotman Research Institute claim that learning an instrument or a new language is key to avoiding dementia. https://dailym.ai/2x2bRaC
The elderly should try weight training and protein powders to combat frailty. Trinity College, Dublin. Bit.ly/2Lf4615
So in essence exercise is even more important as we get older and has direct and indirect benefits…..
As a Physiotherapist, with over 25 years of experience I find I am pushing my patients more and getting much more benefit.
So as we Physios say……please do as much as you can and little and often is better….
Good luck dear people…….