Exercise cues the building blocks of learning in the brain.
Exercise releases neurochemicals and growth factors.
Exercise gets blood to your brain, bringing it glucose for energy and oxygen to soak up the toxic electrons that are left over. It also stimulates the protein that keeps neurons connecting.
Neurons That Wire Together…..Fire Together!
Engaging in Exercise:
- Affects mood
- Affects anxiety
- Affects attention
- Guards against stress
- Heightens senses
- Improves focus and moods
- Reverses some of the effects of aging in the brain
- Reduces symptoms of menopause