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Sweat So You DON’T Forget!

Physical activity isn't just good for the body—it also enhances cognitive function. Studies show that students who engage in physical exercise before learning retain information better than those who don't.

Exercise increases blood flow to the brain, which is essential for sharp memory and learning capabilities.

By incorporating short bursts of physical activity into the classroom, educators can improve their students’ ability to remember and process new information.


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