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The fact that running is good for cardiovascular health is now conventional wisdom. That running is good for the brain, on the other hand? Not as much. Yet increasingly, there’s a case to be made for running purely on the grounds that it is good for your mental health. Multiple studies have concluded that running: Decreases symptoms of depression.
Running can do more for your mood than smooth out stress. Some lucky souls gloat about their experiences of the “runner’s high”, which, they claim, is a powerful feeling of ecstasy and. Running helps to burn fat, keeps you young, grows new neurons in the brain, and gets the blood moving throughout your entire system. It’s been shown that exercise is one of the best things you can do for your brain, to keep you mentally sharp and focused, helping to ward off dementia by clearing out the toxins that naturally accumulate in your brain. Running can significantly improve physical and mental health.
As a form of aerobic exercise, running can reduce stress, improve heart health, and even help alleviate symptoms of depression. Some. What makes running such a potent cerebral enhancer is its ability to spark neurogenesis: the growth of new brain cells.
How it does this is still a mystery. It could be because exercise induces. At the same time, research has been mounting that indicates exercise overall, and running in particular, is mighty good for your brain.
A study from Cambridge University and the US National. One of the biggest benefits of running is its mood-boosting effects. When you run, your brain pumps out two powerful feel-good chemicals, endorphins and endocannabinoids, explains Justice. The latter sounds a lot like cannabis, right? That’s for a reason.
These results do not mean, however, that only running and similar moderate endurance workouts strengthen the brain, Dr. Nokia said. Those activities do seem to. Research on mice shows that running and other aerobic exercise stimulate the growth of new brain cells, leading to enhanced memory recall.
Next time you are out for a run know that you are doing yourself a world of good. Not only are you aiding your brain on a neurological level you are also working to improve your emotional health. Your cognitive abilities such as memory will be improved and.
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