ACTION: High intensity exercise influences emotions processing

In a first study of its kind University Hospital Bonn, in Germany, studied 25 athletes using functional neuroimaging found that 'low-intensity exercise triggers brain networks associated with cognitive control and attention processing, while high-intensity exercise activates networks involved in emotional processing.'


'Using resting state functional magnetic resonance imaging (Rs-fMRI), a noninvasive technique that allows for studies on brain connectivity, researchers discovered that low-intensity exercise triggers brain networks involved in cognition control and attention processing, while high-intensity exercise primarily activates networks involved in affective/emotion processing. The results appear in a special issue of Brain Plasticity devoted to Exercise and Cognition.'


You can find out more https://neurosciencenews.com/exercise-intensity-brain-15610/

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