Lack of Exercise Accelerates Brain Ageing


Lack of exercise in mid-life ages the brain as well as the body, research suggests.

Being unfit at the age of 40 is linked with a smaller brain volume at 60, according to a US study.

Fitness in middle age may be particularly important for people with early signs of heart disease, say researchers at Boston University.

The study adds to growing evidence that heart health can affect brain health in later life.

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