Investigating the impact of walking on children and students

After examining and conducting experiments and also observing students, researchers at the University of Illinois concluded that being active and moving (especially walking) improves cognitive abilities, creativity and the ability to understand children. They investigated and found that with only 20 minutes of walking, the level of cognitive performance of the students increased and the students performed better in their studies and paid more attention.

Students' brain alone cannot achieve its health in any situation, and its health is not guaranteed by mental activities alone. There is a proportional relationship between physical activity and health, which not only affects the health of the brain, but is also very important in its structure, and paying attention to it at an early age is much more effective and brings better results to a person's health.

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