High-intensity aerobic exercise has been found to reverse some aspects of aging at the cellular level in those 65 and older. Researchers from the Mayo Clinic compared the effects of high-intensity interval training, resistance training, and combined training in adults… Read More
In a study recently presented at the American Heart Association’s International Stroke Conference 2017, researchers found that the loss of collateral vessels—which reroute blood flow when arteries narrow—can be prevented by exercise. This network of blood vessels reduces in number… Read More
Schizophrenia symptoms are significantly lower with aerobic exercise, according to study findings. The researchers combined data from 10 independent clinical trials with a total of 385 schizophrenia patients. The researchers found that just 12 weeks of aerobic exercise is enough… Read More
Older adults with mild cognitive impairment, a condition that increases the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease, can improve brain volume and cognitive function with aerobic exercises. Lead investigator Laura D. Baker explained, “Even over a short period of… Read More
Schizophrenia is a chronic brain disorder associated with hallucinations, paranoia, lost touch with reality, and an inability to express emotions. The most common treatment for schizophrenia is with medications such as antipsychotic drugs, but natural remedies can also go… Read More
Fibromyalgia-affected women can benefit from aquatic aerobic exercise. The findings come from Turkish researchers who revealed that aquatic aerobic exercises can offer benefits to fibromyalgia patients.
Fibromyalgia patients experience widespread pain and thus have weaker muscular strength. Recommended as a… Read More