When we think about the benefits of exercise , we usually think of better sleep, more energy, maintaining a healthy weight, stronger muscles or a healthier heart. These are all true. But we rarely consider the immediate effects that physical activity can have on the the most important organ in our bodies: the brain.

We have heard the benefits, but know what to do is part of the equation; how much we should be doing the part people often are unsure about.  This article can help address the second question.

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