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Exercise for Neurodegeneration-Related Disorders

Journal article
Authors Trevor Archer
Christian Jacobsson
Published in Journal of Cronic Diseases and Management
Volume 1
Issue 1
Pages 1001
ISSN 2573-1300
Publication year 2016
Published at Department of Psychology
Pages 1001
Language en
Keywords Neurodegeneration, Exercise, Intervention, Improvement, Health
Subject categories Psychology, Other Medical Sciences


Neurodenerative processes associated with ageing or retarded normal neurodevelopment compromise several domains of health, well-being and the functional capacity of individuals, particularly those of advanced age. Physical exercise has provided a plethora of improvements in functional capacity, neurocognitive ability, neuroaffective status and brain plasticity. Despite all these achievements, further effort requires to be invested in order to challenge one current conviction that there exist no effective treatments, or even a paucity, of intervention, e.g. exercise, available to retard or hinder or reverse the Neurodegeneration processes afflicting the diseased brain.

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