Reverse Alzheimer's Effects by Exercising

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Regular exercise can help reverse mental decline for those suffering from Alzheimer's.

Exercising has proven to reduce memory loss, but new research suggests that aerobic exercise helps older adults with dementia.

Experts say only moderate exercise is needed, just enough to feel a little out of breath. That's enough to help you think faster.

Researchers say that just three hours a week for six months can be a real boost for the brain.

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