Updated: Feb 20
Based on newer neuroscientific research, just daily walking or exercising for 10 minutes makes a positive impact in your brain and body to increase your resilience and well-being! Daily 30' walk or exercises are even more optimal!
My personal implementation: When I work on the PC, I first walk 10' - also at home / in the office - and then during the office day walk or do aerobic strength exercise every 45' for just 5', supporting my body and mind such as my knees, hips, back, and relax mind and emotions. When playing 9 holes, I often incorporate 2-hour walks into my golf 3 times a week and I also find great pleasure in playing with friends or just enjoying the beautiful, green landscape at our golf club.
Overall: It is well established that regular physical activity, such as walking or exercising, can have a positive impact on brain health and overall well-being. Studies have shown that regular exercise can improve memory and cognitive function, as well as reduce the risk of cognitive decline and certain neurodegenerative diseases. Additionally, exercise has been shown to improve mood and reduce stress, which can also have positive effects on brain health. The duration of exercise recommended for optimal brain health varies, but generally, it is recommended to engage in moderate physical activity for at least 30 minutes most days of the week.