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Alzheimer's Disease

Orlando In-Home Care: Research Shows Exercise is Critical in Promoting Brain Health in Older Adults

  Clinical studies supporting the health benefits of physical exercise were presented at this year’s Alzheimer’s Association International Conference held in Washington D.C. More than ever, researchers are convinced of the crucial health benefits that physical exercise provides the brain. The findings suggest exercise may shield and protect the brain and help improve symptoms in some patients who have dementia. According to a press release from the Alzheimer’s Association, the findings provide a sense of hope to patients in the early stages of dementia and to those who may be at risk. If exercise helps reduce cognitive decline, it may consequently help prolong...