Higher Levels of Aerobic Fitness Associated With Better Word Production Skills in Older Adults

Older adults with higher levels of aerobic fitness suffer less often from age-related memory failures, researchers report. Healthy older people who exercise regularly are less inclined to struggle to find words to express themselves, research led by the University of Birmingham has discovered. Researchers found that older adults’ aerobic fitness levels are directly related to the incidence of age-related language failures such as ‘tip-of-the-tongue’ states.

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