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Resistance Exercise Reduces Cognitive Decline

Resistance Exercise Reduces Cognitive Decline

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When we think of the benefits of exercise, we tend to think of its ability to reduce cardiovascular disease, strengthen bones and muscles, and control weight.

Research is now proving that exercise is also crucial for preserving and enhancing brain function as we age.1-8

Studies show that exercise inhibits neurodegenerative diseases and even promotes neurogenesis—the creation of new brain cells.1-4

While ...
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Inactivity can shorten telomeres and icrease biological age

Lack of activity may be aging you biologically
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Spending too much of the day sitting has been linked to weight gain, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, Type 2 diabetes and heart disease. Might it also age you biologically?

The study analyzed data on 1,481 older women (age 79, on average) who wore movement trackers to record their activity. They also had DNA samples extracted to measure ...
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Exercise improves cognitive function

Study finds measurable boost for aging brains from exercise
https://www.washingtonpost.com/national ... e2dc41dae8

Standardized neuropsychological tests showed that, compared with non-exercisers, cognitive functioning improved in those who did aerobic or resistance exercise, regardless of cognitive abilities at the start of the study and including those with mild cognitive impairment. Moderate to vigorous physical exercise for 45 to 60 minutes, no matter how frequent, yielded the greatest benefit. Tai chi also ...
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MS and Martial Arts

I was just diagnosed and consider myself lucky. My symptoms are not super bad. Just leg numbness, balance issues, and loss of some coordination.

I was wondering if anyone here practices martial arts and what they might recommend.
I started a year ago, and intend to continue.

I am finding that the constant work on spinning kicking, and 3 plane movement has helped.
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physical therapist in your home

Does anyone have a physical therapist that comes to your home on a regular basis? I can't go to a facility on a regular basis. I only have my husband to rely on and he can't keep missing work like that. Explaining that to doctors is like speaking a foreign language. I can't be unique in that department. I need someone to help me get in position to exercise. I spend all my time setting ...
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Biking with MS

Do you have MS and still love to ride your bicycle? I do, but I go slower and not as far now and my balance is a bit off so I have to be extra careful – but I won’t give it up yet. I’m not ready for a tricycle or a handcycle (although they are kind of cool). I tried a stationary exercise system with Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) applied to my arms and ...
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Extreme Exercise and MS symptoms & Q's about Power Plate

Hello Everyone!
I will try to make a long story short here.
I'm a 38 yr old mother of 3, and have worked in the fitness industry for approx 6 yrs now. In those 6 yrs I have been very active and always considered myself to be in optimal shape. I was up until this past yr basically one of the strongest women in my area in competition. I do very heavy Olympic lifts and ...
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I am going to join the gym soon

Hey folks, I was diagnosed with MS in 2011 and got really nad in 2013-2014, they switched me to rituxan and I've been stable ever since and was able to build up some strength.

My next goal is to build up more leg strength and be able to drive again, hit the breaks and acceleration etc.

Any tips for the gym and building strength with MS?

I'm a 27 y.o. Female btw
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magnesium loss and exercise

Update on the relationship between magnesium and exercise. Nielsen & Lukaski 2006
Abstract
Magnesium is involved in numerous processes that affect muscle function including oxygen uptake, energy production and electrolyte balance. Thus, the relationship between magnesium status and exercise has received significant research attention. This research has shown that exercise induces a redistribution of magnesium in the body to accommodate metabolic needs. There is evidence that marginal magnesium deficiency impairs exercise performance and amplifies the ...
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