Aerobics isn’t the only exercise that can slow mild cognitive decline, study finds

You don’t have to run a marathon to get the benefits of exercise. Stretching and range of motion exercises slowed cognitive decline as well as aerobics, a new study found.

Updated 11:00 AM ET, Tue August 2, 2022

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(CNN)Cheer up couch potatoes! Regular stretching and balance and range of motion exercises are as good as aerobic exercise in slowing the progression of mild cognitive decline, a new study has found.