Exercise Prevent Dementia On Elderly

Aged or elderly people should keep exercising as physical activity can prevent people aged over 60 years from experiencing serious health problems like dementia or decreased ability of the brain.

After experts study 3,500 respondents, they found people who exercise in their old age remained healthy to the next eight years.

Keep exercising even though are elderly, remain active in old age will get a lot of benefits.

Exercise reduces the risk of heart attack, stroke, diabetes, Alzheimer’s, and depression. Seniors do not need to go to the gym or jogging like a young person. Gardening and a walk to the shops for example also includes physical activity.

Researchers said they who exercise at the age of 60 years are also less likely to have problems in performing daily activities.

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