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Exercise can change brain structure and reduce dementia risk

Getting regular exercise can lower the risk of cognitive decline and can even change our brain structure and improve its functioning, according to a new consensus statement issued today by the Global Council on Brain Health (GCBH).

Brisk walking, cycling, strength training, and group exercise classes can provide brain health benefits, as well as overall health benefits.

Read more on the University of Exeter website.