“Exercise is the Best Medicine for our Brain” by Dr. John Ratey

In his talk at The Center for Discovery’s conference at Google headquarters in Manhattan, Dr. John Ratey, Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and bestselling author, highlights the incredible and sometimes surprising benefits of exercise. Exercise of all sorts helps regulate our emotions: raising our moods, lowering our anxiety, and making us more resistant to stress. Exercise also optimizes our brain’s ability to learn and remember. Exercise makes our attention better, improves our memory, and helps us to be more creative. As Dr. Ratey says, “no wonder I am at awe of all that moving can do for us.”

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