Morning 20-minute charging not only makes muscles strong, but also improves memory. This is the conclusion of experts in the field of medicine from the University of California, Davis recent research.
The experiment involved 38 volunteers without chronic and acute diseases. They have proposed to undergo a 20-minute charge, the entrance of which was scanned brain. The study showed that physical activity increased the concentration of glutamic and gamma-aminomaslana acids in the brain. These compounds are necessary for normal functioning of the nervous system and speed up the process of memorizing information.
Note that periodic sports activities give short term effect. If you do exercises at least one week in a row, the concentration of desired substances in the brain is maintained at an optimum level throughout the day, writes New Scientist. That is why experts recommend regular exercise.