Here are some good tips to help stay healthy and slow aging for men in their fifties:
Recharge Your Brain. Adults who devoted 4 days a week to an hour of moderate aerobic exercise running, stair climbing, or riding a stationary bike had more bloodflow in their dentate gyrus, the area of the brain where memories are formed, according to a 2007 Columbia University study. Increased bloodflow may signal the growth of new brain cells, a process known as neurogenesis, says Adam M. Brickman, Ph.D., a neuropsychologist and coauthor of the study. It’s also possible, he says, that exercise stimulates the release of a growth factor in the brain tied to neurogenesis. Another study found that people who did resistance training once a week saw a 12.6 percent jump in a performance on memory tests.
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