A recent study has found that ongoing aerobic activity may help slow the progression of Parkinson’s disease which is a disorder that affects the nervous system.

J. Eric Ahlskog, Ph.D., M.D., a neurologist at Mayo Clinic, said, “Aerobic exercise means vigorous exercise, which makes you hot, sweaty and tired.” Examples of aerobic exercise include briskly walking or using an elliptical machine.

Researchers found that exercise helps counter brain shrinkage, slow down brain aging, maintain healthy brain connections and liberates trophic factors – small proteins which act in similar fashion as fertilizer on a lawn.

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