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Cognitive deficits are common in individuals with cardiovascular diseases (CVD). In healthy older adults, the benefits of physical exercise and cognitive stimulation on cognition have been well documented. Here we address the potential benefits of these approaches and of cardiac rehabilitation programs on cognitive and brain functions in CVD patients and discuss the potential underlying physiological mechanisms.
Declarations of interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.