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Study Says Everyday Physical Activities Are Good for Older Peoples’ Brains
Recent research finds a link between high levels of everyday physical activities and higher gray matter density in older individuals. In simpler words, this new study “Accelerometer Physical Activity is Associated with Greater Gray Matter Volumes in Older Adults without Dementia or Mild Cognitive Impairment” says that taking part in these everyday activities—such as cleaning the house, walking the dog, or mowing the lawn—is associated with better brain health, as gray matter in the brain includes regions in control of muscle movement, thinking, feeling, memory, speech, and much more.