Physical activity associated with slower cognitive decline in people with high levels of tau protein

Study shows that measuring Alzheimer’s-associated tau protein in blood could help illuminate benefits of physical activity and other health behaviors in slowing cognitive decline. Source: Physical activity associated with slower cognitive decline in people with high levels of tau protein  

10 Myths About Aging

Many people make assumptions about aging, what it is like to grow "old", and how older age will affect them. But as we are getting older, it is important to understand the positive aspects of aging.Research has shown that you can help preserve your health and mobility as you age by adopting or continuing healthy … Continue reading 10 Myths About Aging

Here’s How I Finally Got Myself to Start Exercising

In reading this article I found great common ground when she wrote "I started exercising again by running for only one minute at a time — yes, that’s right, 60 seconds." My area had come out of lockdown and outdoor exercise in public spaces was permitted. I am fortunate that we have access to 5 … Continue reading Here’s How I Finally Got Myself to Start Exercising

Just Move: Debunking Myths About Exercise And Sleep

"The more we study physical activity, the more we realize that it doesn't really matter what you do," Lieberman says. "You don't have to do incredible strength training ... to get some benefits of physical activity. There's all different kinds of physical activity, and it's all good in different ways." *On how chairs with backs … Continue reading Just Move: Debunking Myths About Exercise And Sleep

Real Life Benefits of Exercise

Did I think as an 18 year old, "I better start exercising now cause one day I'll by 60 years old and boy oh boy I'll be SO glad I started." lol. Nope. I was seeking relief from a painful back ache. But here I am now, in my 60th year reaping the benefits of … Continue reading Real Life Benefits of Exercise