Brain Tip: Walking is Great for Your Brain

By: Red Hot Mamas

Published: January 16, 2012

Did you know that fast walking is great for your brain?

Fast walking for 30 minutes five times per week is linked to 33% less Alzheimer’s. If you can’t walk, try water walking, swimming, or using a cross-country ski machine. Those in wheelchairs can use a handwheel to get exercise. Ask your doctor before starting any new exercise to see what type of exercise is right for you and how much you should start with.

Make fast-walking a part of your daily routine.

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Note: Please ask your physician before starting any exercising, lifestyle, or dietary changes. AAG’s services, products, and content are not intended as specific medical advice, diagnosis, prevention, or treatment and are not a substitute for professional medical treatment or diagnosis.

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