Who would have thought?
It’s been long known that aerobic exercises fight aging and keep the body in prime shape. But now information has surfaced that show swimming boosts brain health.
According to Inverse, swimming has shown to improve immune response, memory, cognitive function, and mood. Swimming also improves stress induced damage and create new neural connection in our brains!
Did you hear that? New research proves that aerobic exercise particularly swimming reverse and even repairs our damaged brain neurons.
Researchers don’t know exactly why swimming in particular does this, however the evidence is clear.
Along with all the brain benefits of swimming, those who actively swim have a lower overall BMI, more lean muscle, higher endurance, and healthier heart and lungs.
So, while this scorching heat continues to overwhelm Americans this summer, have you finally considered going to your local pool and taking a dip?