Wendy Suzuki: The brain-changing benefits of exercise
वेन्डी सुझुकी: व्यायामाचा मेंदूवर होणारा परिणाम
Wendy Suzuki is researching the science behind the extraordinary, life-changing effects that physical activity can have on the most important organ in your body: your brain. Full bio
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that you can do right now
positive benefit for your brain
सकारात्मक प्रभाव पडेल.
could actually last a long time
हा परिणाम दीर्घ काळ टिकणारा आहे.
from different conditions
मेंदूला संरक्षण मिळेल.
Alzheimer's disease or dementia.
of physical activity.
and protective benefits for your brain.
दीर्घ काळ सुरक्षित रहातो..
for the rest of your life.
is tell you a story
understanding of neuroscience,
ज्ञानाचा कसा उपयोग करन घेतला.
the science underlying
is the most transformative thing
किती महत्वाचा बदल करणारा घटक आहे
I know that our brains,
known to humankind.
to talk about the brain,
that we are going to talk about today.
मी बोलणार आहे.
right behind your forehead,
कपाळाच्या मागील बाजूस असलेला.
focus, attention and your personality.
व बिकट समयी निर्णय घेण्याशी,
in the temporal lobe, shown right here.
the right and the left,
उजवा आणि डावा
is a key structure
memories for facts and events.
वास्तविकतेची जाण करून देणारा
is called the hippocampus.
with the hippocampus.
that lasts just a moment,
that has changed your brain,
मेंदूत बदल घडवितात.
the activity of individual brain cells
कृती नोंदवायची आहे
स्मृती तयार करताना.
those brief bursts of electrical activity,
विद्युत संकेतच्या अल्पशा विस्फोटा वेळी
communicate with each other,
to form a new memory, or did not.
कसे नव्या स्मृती बनवितात.
I did something very unusual in science.
अनोखा प्रयोग केला.
my research program.
that was so amazing,
आयुष्यासाठी उपयुक्त वाटल्या
the brain-changing effects of exercise.
of all the memory work that I was doing --
तो उच्चांक होता.
for all of this memory work.
It was, scientifically.
out of my lab door,
बाहेर डोकावून पाहिले,
listening to those brain cells
हे जाणण्यात वेळ खर्च करायची
many years to realize it,
by myself, because I had no social life.
नदी पार करण्याच्या सहलीस गेल्ये
I was the weakest person on that trip."
like the weakest person
classes at the gym.
dance, yoga, step class,
sweat-inducing workout that I tried,
and this great energy boost.
going back to the gym.
I even lost that 25 pounds.
वजन २५ पौंड घटले.
into this regular exercise program
made me sit up and take notice.
writing a research grant,
through my mind before.
always laugh when I say that,
वैज्ञानिक ते हसण्यावारी नेतात,
pulling your hair out,
the grant-writing was going well,
प्रमाणे रटाळ वाटले नाही
to focus and maintain my attention
what I was studying in my own lab --
ज्यावर मी प्रयोग करीत होते,
that I had included and added to my life
without even knowing it.
what I could find about what we knew
घेतला ज्यात व्यायामाचा मेंदूवर होणारा
of exercise on the brain.
and a growing literature
that I noticed in myself.
better memory, better attention.
अवधान केंद्रित करणे,उर्जा मिळणे
how powerful exercise was.
व्यायाम किती मोलाचा आहे.
led me to the big decision
of really focusing on this question,
the most transformative thing
immediate effects on your brain.
levels of neurotransmitters
right after that workout,
एकच व्यायाम प्रकार
to shift and focus attention,
करण्याची क्षमता वाढवितो.
will last for at least two hours.
will improve your reaction times
at catching that cup of Starbucks
they help you right after.
increase your cardiorespiratory function,
तुमच्या हृदयाचे कार्य वाढवा.
changes the brain's anatomy,
brain area, the hippocampus.
produces brand new brain cells,
पेशी तयार करतात.
that actually increase its volume,
your long-term memory, OK?
in neuroscience studies,
dependent or your prefrontal cortex.
better focus and attention,
increases as well.
immediate effects of mood with exercise
in those good mood neurotransmitters.
that exercise will do
म्हणजे मेंदूचे संरक्षण
about the brain like a muscle.
मेंदू एका स्नायुप्रमाणे आहे.
and prefrontal cortex gets.
पुढील मेंदू कॉर्टेक्स मजबूत होईल.
and the hippocampus
हिप्पाकाम्पास व कॉर्टेक्स
susceptible to neurodegenerative diseases
over your lifetime,
dementia or Alzheimer's disease,
बरा करता येणार नाही.
is you're going to create
and prefrontal cortex
to actually have an effect.
चा सुपर चार्जर आहे.
where everybody says,
तेथे हे आवर्जून सांगते
want to know one thing.
the minimum amount of exercise
the answer to that question.
a triathlete to get these effects.
three to four times a week exercise
तीन चार वेळा व्यायाम करा .
you don't have to go to the gym
in your power walk.
as the aerobics class
workings of the brain,
can improve our brain function,
that I just gave you --
दरवेळी अर्धा तास.
the optimum exercise prescription
at your fitness level,
and protect your brain the best
संरक्षण व विकस करता येईल .
and it's another to do it.
as a certified exercise instructor,
म्हणून खर्ची करेन.
just one minute of exercise.
व्यायाम करणार आहोत.
just do what I do, say what I say,
your neighbor, OK?
गुद्दा लागणार नाही
it's right, left, right, left.
I am Wonder Woman-strong.
right and left, right and left.
डावी कडे उजवीकडे
exercise in your life
a happier, more protective life today,
from incurable diseases.
दुर्धर आजारापासून बचाव होईल.
the trajectory of your life
ABOUT THE SPEAKERWendy Suzuki - Neuroscientist, author
Wendy Suzuki is researching the science behind the extraordinary, life-changing effects that physical activity can have on the most important organ in your body: your brain.
Why you should listen
Dr. Wendy A. Suzuki is a Professor of Neural Science and Psychology in the Center for Neural Science at New York University, an author, storyteller and fitness instructor. She received her undergraduate degree in physiology and human anatomy at the University of California, Berkeley in 1987 studying with Prof. Marion C. Diamond, a leader in the field of brain plasticity. She went on to earn her PhDin Neuroscience from U.C. San Diego in 1993 and completed a post-doctoral fellowship at the National Institutes of Health before accepting her faculty position at New York University in 1998.
Suzuki's major research interest continues to be brain plasticity. She is best known for her extensive work studying areas in the brain critical for our ability to form and retain new long-term memories. More recently, her work has focused on understanding how aerobic exercise can be used to improve learning, memory and higher cognitive abilities in humans. She is passionate about teaching, about exercise (intenSati) and about supporting and mentoring up and coming scientists.
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