Healthy living: Exercise can benefit your brain
A 23-percent increase in peak oxygen consumption would be noticeable to people with heart failure, according to one expert who was not involved with the new study. People with heart failure would notice they are no longer tired after their daily care, said Gordon Blackburn, an exercise physiologist and program director of cardiac rehabilitation at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio. Blackburn also said it’s a large enough difference to suggest there could be a reduction in deaths among people in the high-intensity exercise groups. The study, however, did not find that to be the case.
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After taking a break, the men were asked to recall the names as the photos were, once again, flashed on a screen. The researchers then took half of the men and asked them to go through an extremely strenuous, 30 minute workout on a stationary bike. The other half were allowed to simply sit quietly for 30 minutes. Then both groups were given the same flash-photo test. The results were undeniable.
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