Strength training after 40’s less likely to develop dementia

May 19, 2018

Ones said “survival of the fittest “by Charles Darwin suits exactly to women who exercises particularly strength training after 40’s.

It is highly observed that physically fit women are nearly 90 % less likely to develop dementia compared to those who are not involved in physical activity. A few proportion of population of female s who are suffering from dementia inspite of being physically active suffers around 11 years later then the non physically active females….a study says.

It is found that aerobic and strength training improves cardiovascular status in middle age hence preventing or even delaying dementia, quoted by university of Gothenburg, Sweden.

A mixed variety of exercises that includes aerobic training, strengthening, stretching or swimming etc further helps brain indulging in newer activities. The newer the activity brain learns the more active it remains.