Amelioration of Symptoms and Biomarkers of Alzheimers Diseas | 46579

Clinical and Experimental Psychology


Amelioration of Symptoms and Biomarkers of Alzheimers Disease by Physical Exercise

Trevor Archer

Physical exercise advantages have been manifested in several neurodegenerative and/or neuropsychiatric disorders implying that these, largely non-invasive, non-pharmacologic interventions, ought to be examined closely in the Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and other dementias context. Thus, according to the tenets of an increasingly broad consensus, preventative and interventional agents for AD and dementia conditions should include physical activity, proper and appropriate lifestyle ingredients, cognitive-affective and intellectual stimulation and the management of conditions such as hypertension, diabetes and obesity.