Connect
To Top


Muscle For Mental Health


7411-research-muscle

Age-related decline, be it mental or physical, is a brutal fact of life, the price you pay for taking so many trips around the sun. An exhaustive research review, the findings of which were published in the journal Current Osteoporosis Reports, recently established a connection between maintaining muscle mass and strength into your twilight years and staving off mental disorders such as depression and anxiety.

Scientists hypothesize that muscle mass and brain function must share some common pathophysiological pathways, and that robust skeletal muscle somehow nourishes the growth and health of neurons in the brain. Don’t view your trips to the weight room as part of young man’s lifestyle or something you’ll outgrow. This is just one more stone of a mountain of evidence to show that muscle is the key driver in vibrant longevity.

Instantized Creatine- Gains In Bulk

You must be logged in to post a comment Login

Leave a Reply

More in Anti-Aging

  • New Athlete Profile: PNBA Tamer Bakakat

    Who is Tamer Bakakat?   Early Years    Tamer has been into sports since a very young age. Born and raised...

    IronManMay 24, 2022
  • How to Stay Fit in Your 50s and Beyond

    Staying fit in your 50s and beyond is a great way to keep healthy. But as you get older, you may...

    IronManMay 8, 2022
  • Age Is Just A Number: How To Weight Train After Your 40s To Look 20

    “Life starts after 40” is a common phrase. In-depth, this may mean anything from your career finally being profitable, investments making...

    IronManSeptember 29, 2021
  • Making The Right Decisions

    What you put into your body goes a long way to maintaining your health. By Jay Campbell and Jim Brown  ...

    Sharon OrtigasOctober 24, 2017
  • Mistakes Matter, But Corrections Count

    How you respond to poor lifestyle choices could produce positive effects later in life. By James De Medeiros   It’s hard...

    Sharon OrtigasSeptember 20, 2017
  • IM Ask Us Anything #2

    Expert advice for over-40 athletes about training, supplementation, nutrition, hormones, and more. By Jay Campbell and Jim Brown   Chris: Are...

    Sharon OrtigasJune 30, 2017
  • Fat-Fighting Antioxidant

    Rutin is a type of antioxidant flavonoid that is found in figs, buckwheat, tea, and apple peels. It’s been known to...

    Sharon OrtigasApril 24, 2017
  • Testosterone Myths

    Destroying the six most pervasive myths about therapeutic hormone treatment. By Brett A. Osborn, DO, FAANS, CSCS and Jay Campbell  ...

    Sharon OrtigasFebruary 24, 2017
  • Time Is On Your Side

    What can a twenty-something fitness expert learn at one of the prominent anti-aging seminars in the country? You’ll be surprised.  By...

    swarnavaAugust 8, 2016