Brain Connections Break Down as We Age (tx, Novapsyche)

Posted on August 19, 2010

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However there is hope, and just because we inevitably age doesn’t mean it’s our fate to react more slowly. Seidler’s group is working on developing and piloting motor training studies that might rebuild or maintain the corpus callosum to limit overflow between hemispheres, she said.

A previous study done by another group showed that doing aerobic training for three months helped to rebuild the corpus callosum, she said, which suggests that physical activity can help to counteract the effects of the age-related degeneration.

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