The brain-changing benefits of exercise | Wendy Suzuki

The brain-changing benefits of exercise | Wendy Suzuki

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What’s the most transformative thing that you can do for your brain today? Exercise! says neuroscientist Wendy Suzuki. Get inspired to go to the gym as Suzuki discusses the science of how working out boosts your mood and memory — and protects your brain against neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s.

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48 Comments

  1. last few minutes shows that she definitely has grown her hippocampus to an extreme level of madness hahaha

  2. I have a Question, Neurons cannot regenerate or have capacity of Regeneration as they always remain in Interphase stage of Cellular Division. How can She at 8:50 Compare it with muscle??
    Am I missing something??

  3. After seeing this video I have understood very well that exercises have a great importance in one’s life.

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  5. If she encounters Yoga and the long term effects it has on the brain. She might explode from shock and excitement

  6. well thanks for the tips… but if i tell you i came to the same conclusion without having or exactly working in a scientific field…
    how can you explane that…where are miserable girls with knowleg….

  7. I watched this and immediately after went on the stationary bike for 30 minutes. You cannot deny the huge list of benefits from exercise on the human body.

  8. WALKING has done wonder for my brain, mood, and body. I started walking seriously 7 months ago (NY2021), about 20,000-30,000 steps a day, and everything has changed for the better. I have become fit, my body fat% has decreased, I rarely forget my tasks, and my energy is high for all my daily tasks and duties. Exercise and smart diet are the key to long and healthy life.

  9. Like tha’ts vídeo l want watch with big moviment mouth apear for me see and learn understand english language, another way, l dont swatch Ted talking, l AM Brazilian man, tank you!

  10. What enthusiastic teacher, I really appreciate that! Congrats for your legacy on this video!

    Cheers

  11. I wouldn’t persist through the generic content at the start to 5:05 where the most exciting line of speech on science is said:
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    if not for the speaker’s permeating passion and more than decent accent

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  13. i can’t believe the amount of motivation i felt after watching this ted talk!! it’s incredible. therefore, i have taken it upon myself to make the best use of this summer vacation i’m having soon, and that’s by working out and trying out a new sport. when covid happened and everything changed, my spirits were extremely down, and i had no motivation to do anything and i felt empty the whole time. even my academic year wasn’t as successful as i thought it’d be. so, i decided i’m going to work my body more and hopefully feel that positivity and happiness all over again. def going to try to work out all the time and to never stop doing it in the future too!

  14. "You can lead a horse to water, but you cant make it drink.." So true when it comes to convincing people to work-out regularly..

  15. not only brain the brain is a conseguenze only ….the change can be on the level of cells thats can mean change every where if memory is liberated…filosofy of the moviment hahhhhh

  16. Excercise, brought heart diseases at younger age. Do yoga and eat vegitarian to prevent dementia. Prefrontal cortex is in betwean your eyes. Do you you see hindu put dont in the middle of the forhead. Thats where you should do meditation. She is garbage.

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