Brain Activity Alternates While Walking

Brain Activity Alternates While Walking

Left foot. Right foot. Left foot. Right foot. Even if you’re sitting down, you can imagine the rhythm of walking, almost feel the tension bounce from your right foot to your left. Now, researchers are revealing that this left-right-left-right rhythm also exists in our brains — and tapping into it could help individuals with Parkinson’s disease or other movement disorders.

Petra Fischer, a researcher at the University of Oxford in England dives into walking and the rhthym on our brains – read more about it here.

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