As people get older, it is normal to be affected by their ability to remember, but some experts advise following simple steps to maintain a strong memory despite the passage of time. A study published in the journal Neurology shows that people who work hard and exercise regularly maintain memory capacity better. Researchers from the American Academy of Neuroscience, based on a sample of 454 participants in recent years, included 191 patients with dementia as well as 263 people who did not have the disease. After the death of these participants, the scientists examined the tissue of their brains and the impressive results of this process that people who were on the move kept the brain in a better state. Researcher Aaron Bushman, a co-author of the study, said that movement plays an important role in maintaining memory and thinking skills when dementia symptoms appear in the brain. According to Bushman, the benefits of movement and exercise are not just avoidance of obesity and organic diseases, but also memory capabilities, something that has never been noticed. But a researcher at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago is asking for more research on the subject because it is also likely that some people will stop exercising because of their dementia and mental decline.