Study: A morning jog could improve your memory

By Susana Victoria Perez, Veuer

If you have trouble remembering things, starting your day off with a jog can really help.

A University of Arizona study found that a morning jog allows you to stay more alert during the day.

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Scientists studied 11 male runners and 11 men who had not exercised in a year.

They found an increased connectivity in parts of the brain needed for a higher-level of thought within the male runner group.

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While the men who did not exercise did not show the same levels.

Turns out that during a jog, the area of the brain that controls planning and decision-making is activated.

So get up a little earlier and put on your running shoes. Your body and brain will thank you!

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