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The brain-changing benefits of exercise | Wendy Suzuki

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What's the most transformative thing that you can do for your brain today? Exercise! says neuroscientist Wendy Suzuki. Get inspired to go to the gym as Suzuki discusses the science of how working out boosts your mood and memory -- and protects your brain against neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's. Check out more TED Talks: http://www.ted.com The TED Talks channel features the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design -- plus science, business, global issues, the arts and more. Follow TED on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/TEDTalks Like TED on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TED Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/TED
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sudhir chandra (1 day ago)
She is exercising even in her talk
She reminds me of Dr. Christina Yang
the last part of the video caused me nightmares
Mohamed Yehia (4 days ago)
well done
Santosh Parida (5 days ago)
I love your advice mam
sarthak agrawal (10 days ago)
Awesome video, We need more scientists like you to spread awareness regarding extraordinary brain-changing effects of exercise. I also did my literature search on this topic and have written a post regarding the benefits of exercise on learning and memory. If you are a student , you should definetly check it out. https://caffeinoma.com/2018/10/22/run-fast-to-learn-fast/ Dr Sarthak from caffeinoma.com
Zombie Rhythm (12 days ago)
The thing is you have to have fun doing the exercise, you have to wake up in the morning eager to go to exercise, if not is not gonna last and if it last is going to be a torture which defeats the purpose. Dance lessons are a great alternative, you do much more exercise than you ever thought possible, you are having fun and you have multiple more benefits like socializing etc. Lindy Hop is great and you have a very big scene worldwide.
Meena Shah (14 days ago)
liked loved. wanna see again n again
Anamika Pudasaini (14 days ago)
Does physical activity help reduce the neurogenic pain ?
I started seeing a therapist for trauma recovery work. The first “homework” assignment she gave was to engage in some sort of cardio workout three times a week. We’re a couple months into this process now and I do circuit training 5 times a week and run with my dogs 3 or 4 times a week. My exercise regimen has been a life saver, particularly whilst processing the memories and feelings around my trauma. What I can say for certain it has helped regulate my mood, I sleep better and it forces me to eat regularly.
ALALAL (16 days ago)
What a great talk ! I'm on fire now !
Anisha A (18 days ago)
Yes I definitely can achieve more and be more focused and happy when i workout
Mcfly (19 days ago)
Can someone point me to some of the studies that show it increases your levels of neurotransmitters and the study that showed an improvement in focus and reaction time? I think I'll write my essay on this, super interesting.
Jarel Hayes (20 days ago)
What about people that don't get that good feeling from exercise? You know, that one thing that she got at the beginning... The one thing that drove her to continue and return... I spent 6 months regularly going to the gym: I felt miserable every time. No endorphin release at any point during or afterward. I think it's a myth that everybody is capable of such an experience. I envy nobody more than those that are addicted to running.
Jarel Hayes (17 days ago)
+Michael McCallum Yes, I think so. I can recall running, biking, swimming, rock climbing, weight lifting, yoga, and Kung Fu.
Michael McCallum (17 days ago)
What kind of exercising did you do? Did you feel like you were challenging yourself?
Julia Andrade (20 days ago)
These videos are amazing!
Card Quest (20 days ago)
lmfaoo the last minute has so much meme potential.
Michael McCallum (17 days ago)
I AM STRONG NOW
Liliana Rovegno (21 days ago)
sorry intelligence!😁
Liliana Rovegno (21 days ago)
try classical ballet it has everything music, movement, learning of steps, choreographie, turns , jumps, focus, muscle control , spirit, inteligence, posture, beauty in body and spirit. Just do it 😀
Sabyasachi Mistri (21 days ago)
Convinced...... Too much.... Splendid lecture....... Marvellous mindgame she knows.... A born neurologist Thank you.......
ChickenSquabble (22 days ago)
Stood up to do the exercise. Saw it, sat back down and cringed. I'll just go do some jumping jacks...
Michael McCallum (17 days ago)
I AM WONDERWOMAN STRONG
Fırat Turk (22 days ago)
That energy boost you're talking about... Interesting. I've never had it. Tell me more...
Ben Saff (23 days ago)
she's such a nerd in the best way.
Ichigo Kurosaki (23 days ago)
More data please it feels stupid to simply take your word without more info on it. Also the fucking "exercise" at the end looked idiotic.
Ichigo Kurosaki (9 days ago)
+Michael McCallum don't need any of that I've got my BANKAI.
Michael McCallum (17 days ago)
How about you try challenging yourself and witnessing it firsthand? Stop waiting for a reason to get fit, Kurosaki. You'll never be a decent soul reaper with that attitude. I AM SOUL REAPER STRONG
Stacey Gantt (23 days ago)
Wow... My doctor prescribed exercise for my depression instead of pills. It took a little under a year, but it worked for me. I can't believe someone actually studies this. I do cardio and weight lifting and frequently I think to myself, I was once depressed, couldn't work and didn't want to eat, and all it took was an exercise routine! But, I know a few people that must have medicine for treatment to live a normal life. SRI, SRNI imbalances and low vitamin D levels can require medication.
Michael McCallum (17 days ago)
Now imagine all of the poor souls who get prescribed antidepressants when exercise and diet can change their lives. It's a terrible sight.
Marcelina Kra (25 days ago)
Then for example foodboll players, cheerliders or everybody in the gym shoud have extraordinary memory and good degrees at school?
大石金曜日 (26 days ago)
why is people complaining about her speech? you think this is an old idea but yet don't put it on practice 😏 I think this idea is still innovative because she as a scientist and it might seem like she is intelligent enough to have no struggle in her research. However, she does struggles, and like anyone else needs an energy booster which is exercise, which also happens to improve you memory and gives you other benefits for your daily life
Michael McCallum (17 days ago)
I think people want to experience the benefits without even trying. Their own skepticism kills them.
Miss Orange (26 days ago)
Yessssssss.... exercise helps you to avoid booze binging and depression
Labbe (27 days ago)
I've been trying to add exercise into my routine but this helped motivate me to stick to it more regularly
Monte Cristo (28 days ago)
It always amazes how people rediscover the wheel every day. The benefits of moving have been known since forever.
Flzrent (29 days ago)
Nice workout, akways a pleasure. Camera has an incredible quality, wow ! + the microphone is amazing, everything sounds so clear and peaceful
micah man lolkema (30 days ago)
and then the talk got weird...
N L (30 days ago)
what a beautiful dynamic woman
Irfan ahmad jaleel (1 month ago)
She has strong believe on what she said and she has the power make the audience believe. impressive
陈垒 (1 month ago)
作为一个医务工作者来说,内容有点浅,吃不饱。不过演讲最后的效果居然这么好,看来对C端的讲课还是要简单易懂啊,大家都喜欢听故事。
gcw (1 month ago)
My favorite exercises right now are aquafit and online scrabble lol.
Sezer Akşit (1 month ago)
6:28 cut the bullshite
Star Wars Dude (1 month ago)
Lol 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂🍆
Tania sultana Tonni (1 month ago)
Great speech..... I can't focus in my study why??? 😥😥😤give me some tips abt focus
Roma Louise (1 month ago)
"i am... on *FIRE* now!"
Hester Anton Bacolod (1 month ago)
Made my day! Thank you Wendy.
stretching is the best medicine for our brain stay healthy... 30 hours month in YMCA is must to do.. 15 years now doing that.. God has helped me...
Popov Oleksii (1 month ago)
Regular exercise is good for you - what a ground-breaking idea
lostfleas (1 month ago)
Love the passion and energy
Jamee Choi (1 month ago)
I have an auto immune disorder where my immune system kills my platelets, I don't even have 15% of the normal count of platelets a healthy person would have. Platelets transport serontonin and since I lack the transporter, I am prone to depression. Instead of going on steroids like my hematologist wanted, I concreted my workout routine, turned my diet around (salmon and tomatoes boost serontonin) and I can tell you, depression can't even touch me
KING LEE (1 month ago)
CARDIO is great pumping iron will not work.. if that were the case bodyguards wouldn't be bodyguards... lol
Chanelle A Wilson (1 month ago)
Hands down one of the best talks I’ve watched!
Aalia Bashir (1 month ago)
Love u😚😚😚😚😚 Wendy mam...
Dr.Rashi Jain (1 month ago)
👏👏👏👏It's really awesome Thanks🙏😊
Diana Bertin (1 month ago)
She is emanating such positive energy!
Richard Monroe (1 month ago)
Now she can have a different guy every day of the month, I'd be one of them.
Kurosai (1 month ago)
she is so cute
Weird Cow (1 month ago)
For everyone who hates excercise, try yoga. It pops your joints , calms you down, and makes you feel attentive. I just started yoga and I’m down half a pound. =)
Elora Jane (1 month ago)
👏👏👏👏
Sam (1 month ago)
xD
Henrik Sahlén (1 month ago)
That was amazing! Thank you Wendy 🙏🔥
Saud H. (1 month ago)
The uppercuts totally motivated me to restart with my heavy-bag training.
Veeresh Bhadra (1 month ago)
Awesome
Guillaume Michigan (1 month ago)
I, I, I, My, my, my... a lot of proud out there. Good data and good talk by the way
shp0ngle (1 month ago)
Awesome. Good to know!
Quinett Green (1 month ago)
Quinett
Julia S (1 month ago)
pffttt, my mother never stopped moving, watched her diet and weight, she still got Alzheimer's. Exercise is good, but stop saying it cures everything, it doesn't
Enayet Mohammad (1 month ago)
Good
Pixel Lite (1 month ago)
Yo! these Ted Talks be crackin!
J M (1 month ago)
wait till she tries crossfit
Michael Galvin (1 month ago)
yaaaaaaaaas
Keyur Mulrajani (1 month ago)
Tnqq ma'am... Love from 🇮🇳
sasquatch1 **** (1 month ago)
Alzhiemers is caused by statin drugs.known since 1971. Harvard report, then buried.
John Doe (1 month ago)
I started doing pushups and tore my rotator cuff.
VAJRAMINDMICHELE (1 month ago)
Right on girl. And eat nothing but plants and you will become immortal!
zahraa Merchant (1 month ago)
Can exercise help with migraine issues?
Tom thx (1 month ago)
These ted talk people are such fakes
Deepika Singh (1 month ago)
Good speech .....
Rahul Bongirwar (1 month ago)
Best session ....
Peter Knopfler (1 month ago)
I am 69 started lifting 13 yrs old. high school sports star, lifting and basketball paid for college. Power lifter until 43 yrs old Body building until 52 yrs old Basketball stopped organized basketball teams. Built my own GYM behind my house, now train others for over 50 yrs. Results, no illness ever last doctor 1967 for my sports scholarship. No medication, no hospitals, no health insurance, only good food, sleep and MOVE. If you train others for 25 yrs , your considered a Master . over 35 your spiritual in your training , 50 yrs + instinctive training, where you can train anyone any age special needs, I have trained in the GYM blind people. Remember the mind talks the body knows. If you can't live in your body , where can you live? Thanks for reading, I agree with WENDY, my girls are cross-fit champs, makes me very happy Daddy.
Namasta Man (1 month ago)
She's awesome!
kush bhandari (1 month ago)
you dont have to be a scientist ... to know that
WASEEM BAIG (1 month ago)
WONDERFUL THOUGHT GREAT LADY TY WENDY SUZUKI!!!!!
mengeti dlamini (1 month ago)
So motivated to work out now
colombianaa (1 month ago)
I love thisssss 💪🏼💕
T A Hall (1 month ago)
Should I exercise before or after I eat my hostess twinkie?
manjiree vitankar (1 month ago)
By exercising I feel different, I think different, this is the motivation for my life
Suren (1 month ago)
I repeated but all that got better was my upper cut)))
Tom Tinker (1 month ago)
I'm 80 and I shall be golng to the gym to day. and I don't eat for 44 hrs.a week. will it save me from the grim reaper. no
Zoran Ignjatovic ́ (1 month ago)
This is what you wanna be: a healthy mind in a healthy body and not a Corpus Christi inhabitant...
basicly survival. increase survival , survive surrvive survive , reproduce reproduce reproduce , for nothing , just to die anyways...
P. Bjork (1 month ago)
I can see an amazing change after starting my palates class, doing it three times a week..
Dave Stambaugh (1 month ago)
A type A personality is usually extroverted. A type A personality who is an introvert I believe shows you were born with a neurologically atypical brain.
John Durant (1 month ago)
I think she should take the research a little further and look at the effects of music and dancing on the brain.
firehorse_44 Allen (1 month ago)
Peeps that thumbs this down need more reps...... Live, Learn, and Love this persons Ted X message people.... Thank you Wendy !
Ahmed Osman (1 month ago)
i haven't seen this video yet ,, but i can tell you that i had good experiences with exercising ,, it always calm me down ,, and some times i love solving math problems ,, i once had a hard time with a math problem it was almost impossible to solve ,, however i solved it exactly after i exercised ( i only took a half hour walk ) ,, exercising is magic indeed !
Keenan Schouten (1 month ago)
Mark Rippetoe knows exactly how much you should exercise
Chea (1 month ago)
#wimhof
Md Shahid (1 month ago)
Allah make brain born new life like child
Md Shahid (1 month ago)
if brain niram no hair BC his Allah God jisses
R N (1 month ago)
when you say exercise increases number of cells in hypo campus where is a study to prove it lady? You must support your statements jeez
R N (1 month ago)
Well... the study is debunked due to small sample size N=1 You can’t make generalization just because you experiencing these events doesn’t proof it will be the same for others.
Neeta Kulkarni (1 month ago)
I experienced the same , during my power walks , it's effective
Hans Hoerdemann (1 month ago)
Silly. And what's with that "blouse?"
Bushra Inayat (1 month ago)
I felt too this after exercise.
Sun (1 month ago)
I would like to hear more from her

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