Aerobic Fitness Helps Prevent Word Loss
Exercise Improves Common Frustration in Seniors
Tip-of-the-tongue word loss, an aggravation for many seniors and other adults, occurs less frequently in those with higher levels of aerobic fitness, regardless of age or vocabulary, reports a study of 56 men and women from the UK’s University of Birmingham. Lead researcher Katrien Segaert also clarified that tip-of-the-tongue word loss is not associated with memory loss—a common concern by those that often experience it.
Edit ModuleShow Tags
This article appears in the November 2018 issue of Natural Awakenings.
More from Natural Awakenings
Spring has sprung and therefore, there’s no better time to establish a routine of regular self-care to blossom a new you.
The third annual Virginia Avenue Music Fest will return to Indy’s beautiful Fountain Square from May 8 to 12.
During this year’s summer solstice, thousands of yogis and healthy lifestyle enthusiasts will gather on Monument Circle for the largest annual yoga event in Indianapolis.
The One America 500 Festival Mini-Marathon, one of the country’s most iconic races and also affectionately known as The Mini, returns for its 43rd year on May 4.
Dear Awaken Indy Readers, This month, we celebrate Mother’s Day with our Women’s Health issue.