We all know that the body is one big organism: Make one part work well and inevitably you will make another function well. This is becoming very apparent in regard to our mental health, literally the health of our brain, as recent studies would suggest that aerobic exercise is not only good for the body…but also for the brain. According to Yahoo:
 there’s only one practice that’s been proven, without question, to preserve your memory: exercise. “Aerobic activities tend to show larger effects than non-aerobic activities,” University of Pittsburgh psychologist Kirk Erickson tells Yahoo.
Working up a sweat helps your mind stay fit better than any crossword puzzle–unless you’re doing that crossword on a treadmill.
So if you were looking for a good reason to exercise and you don’t want to appear vain, the next time you find yourself on the treadmill you can tell the person next to you that you’re exercising your brain. BCBSNC always wants you to be in your best health physically and mentally, that’s why we think it’s so important that you have quality North Carolina Health Insurance.