Tag Archives: Exercise

High-Intensity Exercise Boosts Memory In Seniors

A new study has shown that high intensity exercise improves memory in seniors. Getty High-intensity treadmill workouts may not immediately spring to mind when considering a suitable exercise regimen for seniors. But, according to a new study, these workouts can significantly boost memory function by up to 30%. Researchers from McMaster University in Ontario, Canada… Read More »

HOW A REMEDIAL MASSAGE CAN HELP YOU TO QUICKLY OVERCOME DISCOMFORT AFTER EXERCISE

When the term “remedial massage” is used, it is natural to respond with “what is that?” It is a form of massage otherwise referred to as a sports massage. Remedial massage therapy is typically used to relieve a range of ailments or injuries and is performed by a qualified, professional practitioner. It is a form… Read More »

Exercise Helps To Reduce Risk Of Subarachnoid Hemorrhage

According to a study, as little as 30 minutes of light exercise each week offers effective protection against subarachnoid hemorrhage, the most lethal kind of cerebral circulation disorder, with as many as half of affected patients dying within 3 months.[1] What is subarachnoid hemorrhage? Subarachnoid hemorrhage is a potentially lethal kind of stroke as a… Read More »

Sleep Versus Exercise

When asked why they don’t exercise regularly, many people offer the excuse that there simply isn’t enough time in the day. It’s true that most of us are very busy, with long hours spent at work and/or handling family responsibilities, housekeeping chores, and errands. So oftentimes, any physical activity performed is squeezed in either first… Read More »