The purpose of this study is to verify the effects of participation in 12-week multimodal cognitive exercise program on cognitive function, bone mineral density, blood lipids, senior functional fitness, and depres-sion of the old women with mild cognitive impairment and osteopenia. As a result, the exercise group showed significant effects in cognitive function, depression, bone mineral density, blood lipid, lower extremity flexibility, upper extremity flexibility, dynamic balance, and body endur-ance. Such results prove that multimodal cognitive exercise program is an effective interventional exercise program for improving cognitive function in the old women with mild cognitive impairment.
MATERIALS AND METHODS
Body composition and blood pressure
Senior fitness test
Bone mineral density test
Korean version of Mini-Mental State Examination for dementia screening
Geriatric depression scale
CONFLICT OF INTEREST