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Exercise reorganizes the brain to lower stress
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Exercise reorganizes the brain to lower stress  posted in Neuroscience

Alice: Exercise affects our response to stressful events. Also in Russian ⚐

Exercise reorganizes the brain to be more resilient to stress

princeton.edu

Physical activity reduces stress and anxiety.

Less stress means a better ability to response to a challenging situation.

Running, in particular, produces a large increase in the number of new neurons in the hippocampus, a brain region that is known to regulate stress.

Exercise also strengthens the mechanisms that prevent high levels of anxiety.

A choice of sedentary or active lifestyle changes how the brain functions and how we feel.

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