Harvard Health Letter

Physical vs. mental activity

Physical activity and mental stimulation are both vital for protecting mental skills. A modest amount of aerobic exercise is sufficient to produce positive cognitive results. For mental activity, doctors recommend activities requiring active engagement.

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