Further, a new study by researchers at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago have revealed impressive insights into why exercise is so good for your brain. In short, it appears that exercise lowers the activity of bone-morphogenetic protein or BMP, which slows the production of new brain cells.
At the same time, exercise increases Noggin, a brain protein that acts as a BMP antagonist.
According to NYTimes.com:
"The more Noggin in your brain, the less BMP activity exists and the more stem cell divisions and neurogenesis [production of new brain cells] you experience."
How we go about an exercise will determine what benefit we get.
For example if you do a Cross Crawl how you do it determines you benefit:
If we do a Cross Crawl exercise vigorously, we gain the following:
Weight training and Aerobic exercises are beyond the scope of this web site. They need
specialist training for patients to be able to perform these activities with safety and in a way so
as NOT TO AGGRAVATE any underlying spinal instability.
The Stretching Exercise Sheet has been designed to minimise stress on the spine.
NO BODY CAN PERFORM WELL IF SUBLUXATIONS ARE PRESENT.
"Chiropractors are the only professionals who by virtue of their training are qualified
to find and correct subluxations." (3)
If you have had an accident or have Phase 2 degeneration or greater, have your spine
checked regularly. And you will need to exercise regularly.
It makes good sense!
3 Royal Commission of Inquiry into Chiropractic 1978