Continued Physical Activity Benefits Older Adults at Risk of Alzheimer’s, Study Suggests

Continued Physical Activity Benefits Older Adults at Risk of Alzheimer’s, Study Suggests
Continued activity improves physical health in older adults at risk of Alzheimer’s, which in turn can potentially reduce their risk of developing the disease, according to results of an Australian clinical trial. The study, “A Randomized Controlled Trial of Adherence to a 24-Month Home-Based Physical Activity Program and the Health Benefits for Older Adults at Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease: The AIBL Active-Study,” was published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease. Currently, there is no effective pharmacologica
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2 comments

  1. Tohru Hasegawa says:

    Yes, Exercise is a good prevention of cognitive decline of MCI person. Science already reported that exercise increased our BDNF in our brain, which inhibited the ovwrstimulated extrasyanaptic NMDA receptor of hippocampus in MCI and prevented the memory decline.

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