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Research finds evidence that aerobic exercise causes a direct brain effect to slow the progression of Parkinson's disease

jeffreyn
jeffreyn

Mayo Clinic Proceedings: "Aerobic Exercise: Evidence for a Direct Brain Effect to Slow Parkinson Disease Progression".

mayoclinicproceedings.org/a...

(hat tip to Tupelo3 at NT for the link)

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Fantastic, jeffreyn. Thank you so much for the surge of motivation you are giving everybody.

Coot18
Coot18 in reply to Xenos

Physical exercise is good for Parkinson's. Parkinson's is simply one of the forms of old age. Physical exercise is good for all aspects of aging.

At my age, I've learned that if I'm going to do something it's going to take me longer than it used to and it's going to hurt more than it used to. I got to keep doing it. Use it or lose it!

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