It’s time to get active and beat dementia!
Did you know exercise is not only good for our bodies but for our brains too? Regular exercise has shown to improve our brain health as exercise increases the flow of blood to your brain encouraging your brain cells and the connections between them to grow! Exercising regularly also helps improve brain function and reduces cognitive decline. If that isn’t enough to get moving, we don’t know what is!
Starting a new exercise regime can feel daunting so to help you get started we have come up with some top tips to get you fighting fit! Remember to start small, build up at your own pace and find exercises that work for you! One size does not fit all!
Before you start any new exercise regime, please consult a doctor and/or fitness instructor. They can advise how to exercise safely and effectively.
Please ensure you are following the current government guidelines when exercising.
Drink plenty of water
Feel free to get in touch with us for more support with your training. We’re with you every step of the way!
And remember, your kilometres make the world of difference to those living with dementia, their families and carers.