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Exercise is also known for boosting working memory, especially after aerobic exercise.  And on a Creative Note, exercise also increases creativity. It has long been known that exercise lifts mood and mood enhances creativity. However, one study in the British Journal of Sports Medicine  showed that exercise enhances creativity independently of mood. Exercise is also known for improving concentration, recall, productivity, test/exam speed - the list goes on and on.
Finally, exercise is also one of the few proven natural ways to prevent Alzheimer's and dementia.  One study from the Canadian Study of Health and Aging, for example, found that "Compared with no exercise, physical activity was associated with lower risks of cognitive impairment, Alzheimer disease, and dementia of any type. Significant trends for increased protection with greater physical activity were observed. High levels of physical activity were associated with reduced risks of cognitive impairment, Alzheimer disease, dementia of any type".  And this appears, by the way, to occur not just because of exercise's neuron-building and neuron-promoting properties. A study at the University of Chicago showed mice that exercised had 80% less Alzheimer's plaque than mice that did not exercise.
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