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Get your grey cells going

by: Anne O'Connell (10 March 2017)

When you have a To Do list as long as your arm and you feel as though there aren't enough hours in the day, exercising may be the last thing you want to contemplate. But getting outside for a run (or a walk, if running sounds too much like a silly idea) could be just what you need. You may think it would only benefit your muscles and heart, but your brain benefits too, according to a study by the University of Minnesota which showed that memory and thinking skills are boosted by exercise (How running 'may preserve thinking skills').

At this time of year when university dissertations are looming and the Easter break seems years away, take advantage of the longer days (and dare I say it, better weather) to get outside, admire the crocuses and daffodils and boost your brain power. Anyway, that's enough from me – I'm off for a run!



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Ref: 245 I certainly agree that running (or, more realistically, walking) is excellent thinking time. I have solved many a problem by thinking it through while walking.
Garry - 13:23 10-03-2017

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