A new study has found that combining aerobic and strength training exercises can improve brain health in elderly people.
The study was conducted on people in their 80s and 90s.
The participants were divided into three groups: aerobic exercise only, strength training only, and a combination of both.
The group that did both aerobic and strength training showed the most improvement in cognitive function.
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The study also found that the combined exercise regimen helped reduce the risk of developing dementia and Alzheimer's disease.
The researchers believe that the combination of aerobic and strength training exercises helps improve blood flow to the brain, which in turn improves cognitive function.
The study highlights the importance of exercise in maintaining brain health as we age.