Washington: Here is Olympics for the rest of us! According to a new research any exercise that gets the heart pumping may reduce the risk of dementia and mild cognitive impairment. Researchers from Mayo Clinic found that aerobic exercise can sharpen the brain and also boost the mood. "We know that 30 minutes of aerobic activity of any kind five times per week is associated with a reduced risk of cognitive decline. So it is important to stay active often and as early as you can," Rodolfo Savica, a Mayo Clinic neurologist said in a statement. Running and swimming, two of the Olympic sports most popular with fitness buffs and TV viewers alike, each provide excellent aerobic workouts.
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