Active Kids Have Healthier Brains 6 Methods for getting Moving with Yours

 

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Past research has shown physically-fit kids have higher cell volumes in gray matter areas of the brain, and are usually better with cognition and memory tasks. Most of us have left the literal village behind and don’t want to give up our new technologies to go back there. But, as Pinker writes so compellingly, we need close social bonds and uninterrupted face-time with our friends and families in order to thrive—even to survive. American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children’s Library. Open Library.

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An NHS article, simply titled ‘Keep your brain active’,6 featured an Australian study into whether keeping your mind active can help to prevent age-related shrinking of the hippocampus.

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The premise is that kids will not only enjoy the physical activity, but being active will also stimulate their brain and allow them to focus better.

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Aerobic exercise actually did keep their brains healthier and younger.

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They are finding that physical activity enhances memory, improves learning, and boosts attention, as well as increasing abilities like multi-tasking and decision-making.

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by John Robbins
Random House Publishing Group, 2008

Clearly, children who live in neighborhoods where play spaces are not adequate are going to have more difficulty achieving recommended levels of physical activity.

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Brain research tells us there are also several toxins: pushing your child to perform tasks his brain is not developmentally ready to take on; stressing her to the point of a psychological state termed “learned helplessness”; and, for the under-2 set, television.

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Such “fit” children also have brain structure that supports such superior function, relative to their less active/less fit counterparts.

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from The Psychology of Exercise: Integrating Theory and Practice
by Curt L. Lox, Kathleen A. Martin Ginis, Steven J. Petruzzello
Taylor & Francis, 2016

Children in settings like this are not getting the optimal brain growth, they’re not getting the activity that establishes the cognitive pathways or keeps them moving.”

“Endangered Minds: Why Children Dont Think And What We Can Do About I” by Jane M. Healy
from Endangered Minds: Why Children Dont Think And What We Can Do About I
by Jane M. Healy
Simon & Schuster, 2011

and-tumble play, and bodily movement.9 The brain needs regular, challenging, and varied physical movement to develop the ability to sustain healthy and appropriate focus.

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by Warren Farrell, PhD, John Gray, PhD
BenBella Books, Incorporated, 2018

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