It's no secret that cycling makes you more FIT. It also sharpens your thinking and melts away stress. Now researchers are discovering why—and exactly how you can maximize the cognitive benefits of a good ride !
When in need for a morning rush to catalyze the start of a day most turn to caffeine saturated consumables such as coffee, tea and chocolate. Not only do these stain the teeth of those consuming them but by the time they notice the staining caused by the caffein, they're already undergoing a dreadful caffeine crash. Researchers have recently conveyed studies on the psychological effects of cycling before performing everyday tasks. The conclusions provided by the studies suggest that there is indeed a cycling prescription for happiness. With benefits such as endorphin release and productivity boosts, it is questionable why most people don't ditch their coffee habits and invest in a bicycle.
The advantages of maintaining a relatively stable mental health becomes evident in studies that show those who engage in brain stimulating activities reap benefits such as: a higher tolerance to stress,the increased production rates of brain cells, the growth of rich capillary beds, and elevated moods. Although exercise, specifically, cycling is a stress of its own, it is a rather good stress. Routine biking consequentially builds up the riders stress resistant and tolerance as a direct result of the mind and body getting used to being pushed under pressure. With every pedal revolvement, your body forces more nerve cells to fire. Nerves cells are found throughout the body but appear in abundance around the brain, brainstem and spinal cord. When these nerve cells are stimulated by exercise such a cycling, new brain cells are formed. The formation of brain cells result from protein compounds such as neurotrophic factor, BDNF and ‘noggin’. Riding even has the potential to develop rich capillary beds in human grey matter, allowing for more oxygen to be brought forth to the brain. With all these studies in the neurological effects of cycling, researchers have concluded that riding can literally grow the human mind. Obviously, a bigger and stronger mind is beneficial to the effectiveness, productivity and ultimately the survival of a human being.
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For many years, many economies of the world have been dependent on fossil fuels as their primary source of energy. This heavy reliance on fossil fuels has had a toll on the environment. We have observed drastic changes in climatic patterns resulting from global warming, due to high levels of carbon emissions from engines running on fossil fuels. This has led to the adoption of electricity as a more environmentally friendly alternative source of energy.
We have had a boom in the number of people using E-bikes in the recent past. What makes these bikes unique is the fact that they run on an electric motor powered by lithium-ion batteries.
With this influx of E-bikes, the main question is whether or not these lithium-ion batteries can sustainably meet our energy needs.
Riding a bike is a fun way to decompress and unwind. Many health perks come with cycling down the street on your two-wheeler. Pedaling reduces the risk of stroke, enhances cardiovascular fitness, lowers stress levels and joint mobility and coordination, increases bone strength, and enhances cardiovascular fitness. But did you know that cycling, even for a brief period, can extend your life by a couple of years?
The government requires drivers to keep license plates on their vehicles to protect public and private safety. Commuters are opting to ride bicycles over driving cars for any number of positive lifestyle benefits, but cyclists trade off the safety afforded to drivers.
License plates are not required by law for bicycles in most areas, but there are various benefits to implementing this measure to protect cyclists in reckless riding behavior. Several American states have attempted bicycle license plate systems on a provisional basis, as documented.