What Is “exercise” That Researchers Mean That Promotes Neural Regeneration?

Question by Pansy: What is “exercise” that researchers mean that promotes neural regeneration?
what type, frequency, etc… fpr example is yoga “exercise” and must only cardio fit the bill?

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Answer by Bob R
When you say neural regeneration are you refering to the neurons in your brain? Or have you had some sort of trauma that’s caused nerves to be damaged or severed and you need to do rehabilitation to get them working again? Your best bet would be to see a nerve specialist about the trauma but if it’s neuronal, simple things like IQ tests each day, things tha stimulate cognitive thinking can help with increasing someones memory, etc.

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