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Exercise and Brain Injury
Exercise has been shown to have a number of benefits for people with brain injury, including:
Improved physical function: Exercise can help to improve physical function, such as balance, coordination, and mobility, which may be affected by brain injury.
Improved cognitive function: Exercise has been shown to have a positive effect on cognitive functions, such as memory, attention, and problem-solving.
Improved mood and mental health: Exercise can help to improve mood and reduce the risk of depression, anxiety, and other mental health issues in people with brain injury.
Improved quality of life: Exercise can help to improve the overall quality of life by increasing energy levels, reducing fatigue, and improving self-esteem.
Improved cardiovascular health: Exercise can help to improve cardiovascular health by increasing heart and lung function, which may be affected by brain injury.
It is important to note that exercise should be tailored to the individual needs and abilities of the person with brain injury. It is recommended to consult with a healthcare professional or physical therapist to determine an appropriate exercise plan.