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Types of Aerobic Exercises at Home by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Sun 17 Mar 2013 8:57am The main point of the different types of aerobic exercises at home is that they bring more oxygen to the muscles, making them more efficient. These exercises make the major muscle groups work. The best thing about the exercises is that you get to enjoy what you are doing for longer periods of time. If you are into dancing, this is the ... Read on »
Exercise Is Important And Aerobic Exercise Can Supply You With Lots Of Benefits by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Mon 19 Nov 2012 6:16am Choosing a fun and enjoyable method for exercising is a thing that will end up having many positive advantages to your life. If the sort of exercise you choose is not fun you might not be consistent with it. If you are looking to add exercise to your daily routine to be able to improve your health and even lose some weight, incorporating a dail ... Read on »
Aerobic Exercise Boosts the Brain by A4M Posted Mon 02 Dec 2013 10:07pm Posted on Dec. 2, 2013, 6 a.m. in Exercise Brain and Mental Performance Aerobic Exercise - image from Shutterstock Previous studies have suggested ... Read on »
Aerobic Exercise Vs Resistance Training Which Is Better? by Mark .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 13 Oct 2009 10:00pm So we may be a person who hasn’t exercised for a long time, and maybe slightly overweight with eating the wrong foods etc. Now we need to start doing something about it so which type of exercise will give us more bang for its buck. Is it aerobic exercise or resistance training? Which really is the better of the two? And does it make a dif ... Read on »
Aerobic Exercise vs Resistance Training by Alvin B. Lin Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Thu 17 Jan 2013 3:00am How many times have you read an article and had one of those "I coulda had a V8" moments?  Duh, right?  With that said, we try not to make assumptions in science & medicine.  We want proof.  And not just that observational stuff.  We look for the randomized controlled trial data that removes any chance of coincidence from the picture.  So w ... Read on »
Aerobic Exercise Yields Greatest Benefits for Metabolic Syndrome by A4M Posted Sat 20 Aug 2011 10:16pm Posted on 2011-08-17 06:00:00 in Exercise | Metabolic Syndrome | Previous studies have found that aerobic training improves Metabolic Syndrome and its component risk fac ... Read on »
Three ways to brain longevity by Peter C. Complimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 6:33pm According to Dr Dharma Singh Khalsa, president and medical director of the Alzheimer's Prevention Foundation International, Tucson, Arizona. Dr Dharma Singh Khalsa is also author of Brain Longevity (1997), Meditation as Medicine (2002), and Food as Medicine (2004), "your brain needs three different kinds of exercise to thrive best". These are men ... Read on »
Can Aerobic Exercise and Environmental Enrichment Slow Alzheimer's Disease? by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert Posted Sat 23 Mar 2013 11:18am Aerobic exercise and “environmental enrichment” stimulate the hippocampus, the same area of the brain that is most impaired by Alzheimer’s disease. By Max Wallack Alzheimer's Reading Room Mighty Mouse The benefits of aerobic activities for those with Alzheimer’s has been accepted for some time. Improving oxygen flow ... Read on »
Aerobic Exercise or Weight Training to Boost Brain Function? by Alvaro F. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 01 May 2012 12:14pm Aerobic exercise is the kind of exercise that has been consistently shown to trigger the growth of both brain cells and new connections between them, boosting cognitive functions. It has also been associated with lower risks of developing Alzheimer’s Disease. Is it the case that other types of physical exercise can also benefit the brain? Evid ... Read on »
Moderate Aerobic Exercise in Older Adults Shown to Improve Memory by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert Posted Sat 19 Feb 2011 7:50am A new study shows that one year of moderate physical exercise can increase the size of the brain’s hippocampus in older adults, leading to an improvement in spatial memory. Alzheimer's Reading Room “We think of the atrophy of the hippocampus in later life as almost inevitable,” says Kirk Erickson, professor of psychology at t ... Read on »