Exercise: Good for brain health, too.

Here at NuStep, brain health is a hot topic of discussion. Evidence shows that the factors that contribute mightily to cardiovascular disease and stroke – obesity, high blood pressure and diabetes – also negatively impact cognitive health.

When it comes to brain health, many of the same healthy lifestyle steps we take to care for the rest of our body – especially how we care for our heart – also apply.

According to Dr. Cynthia R. Green, a leading brain health expert and founder of Total Brain Health®, regular aerobic exercise boosts daily intellectual performance and significantly lowers the risk of dementia. It can also help you lose and/or maintain a healthy weight, another way to reduce your risk factors. And by all means, get good sleep. Having a good night’s rest can also impact your memory performance and brain health.

For more information on what you can do today to boost brain health, visit Total Brain Health.

Cynthia Green

About Cynthia Green

Psychologist and author Cynthia R. Green is one of America’s leading brain health experts. Dr. Green is the president of Total Brain Health, provider of the TBH Toolkits brain fitness programs and professional certification training.

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