Do you spend hours each day on your laptop or scrolling on your phone? If you are a working adult or a student, chances are that you do. Time spent using these devices can result in a stiff neck, called “tech neck.”
These days, it’s all about “micro” work-outs, sometimes known as (I’m not kidding) exercise “snacking,” and it’s a great way to give your body and brain the TLC they need to function well all day, every day. So, if you’re ready to start ‘snacking,’ your way to a healthier you, here’s what you need to know.
Study after study has shown that people who move more don’t just have healthier hearts and lungs (and maybe better definition in the calf muscles). They usually score better on tests that measure memory and decision-making as well. There’s a reason that people in the health world sometimes call exercise “food for the brain,” and here are five more reasons to move more for brain health.