ISLAMABAD: Daily exercise can help youngsters boost their brain performance, found a new study.
Women, who exercised on a regular basis, had higher oxygen availability in the anterior frontal region of the brain and performed best on difficult cognitive tasks, Medical Daily reported.
"Our findings suggest that regular engagement in physical activity may improve brain functioning even in young adults in their prime," said Liana Machado, a senior lecturer in psychology at University of Otago in New Zealand.
Both blood supply to the brain and cognitive functioning appear to benefit from regular exercise . (APP)