We all know that exercise has a wide range of benefits, particularly on the body, but according to new research exercise also has a hugely positive impact on your brain. Exercise is linked to reducing inflammation, as it stimulates the release of new blood vessels in the brain, amongst many other benefits for the brain and body.

Simply fitting an exercise routine into your day can help you in numerous ways. In a study by The British Journal of Sports Medicine, 86 women were asked to take part in an aerobics class twice a week for six months. After these six months, results shows that the womens’ hippocampal volume – the part of the brain responsible for learning and memory – had increased. So get up and start exercising!

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