Science News reports in Properly timed exercise aids memory that:
If you want to lock new information into your brain, try working up a sweat four hours after first encountering it.
... Compared with both the couch potatoes and the immediate exercisers, the people who worked out four hours after their learning session better remembered the objects’ locations two days later.
WIND: there is a lot science has yet to learn about mind/body interactions.
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