Health Final
Updated: 12/19/2019
Health Final
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  • Yo man that sounds dope yo
  • Today young child you will learn about how exercise helps you learn?
  • This is where the learning begins. Exercise helps you improve memory and attention
  • That's really weird. I never knew that
  • That's really sad!
  • These sad geezers have Alzheimer's. Exercising on a regular basis can help prevent this.
  • That's amazing, except for the fact that I have no brain cells left
  • Scientists have even said that brain cells that are born may die in a few days unless the brain is actually challenged through things such as exercise.
  • That's great. I will try my best.
  • Before I leave I have one last thing to tell you. I know you have ADHD. Guess what, exercise will significantly help you increase your attention
  • Exercise helps memory and thinking through both direct and indirect means. The benefits of exercise come directly from its ability to reduce insulin resistance, reduce inflammation, and stimulate the release of growth factors—chemicals in the brain that affect the health of brain cells, the growth of new blood vessels in the brain, and even the abundance and survival of new brain cells.
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