A new study published in The Journal of Physiology has shed light on the long-debated question of how physical exercise enhances cognitive performance.

New study reveals dopamine’s crucial role in exercise-induced brain boost
A recent study in The Journal of Physiology reveals dopamine, known for its role in pleasure and motivation, as a key factor in enhancing cognitive performance during exercise, particularly in speeding up reaction times. This breakthrough clarifies the long-suspected link between physical activity and improved brain function.