Exercise increases blood flow and oxygen to the brain and stimulates nervous system. This releases endorphins onto the blood stream that creates that overall feeling of well-being.
Exercise can help us to get back our memory where it should be. We can take a walk and free ourself from any frustration that we may be experiencing.
By increasing the supply of oxygen to the brain, exercise helps reducing risk for disease and disorders that eventually lead to memory loss.
According to studies, high levels of physical activity could be more protective against cognitive decline than lower levels (Scarmeas, Luchsinger & Schupf, 2009; Taaffe 2008; Weuve, 2004).
When we’re not exercising, our brain is not receiving much blood. Blood needs to flow to the brain so we can think straight. We have to move around and not be stagnant. Researchers from the Netherlands’ found that physical fitness could improve memory by boosting blood flow to the rain and increasing brain volume.
Physical exercise can improve your memory