Exercising With Multiple Sclerosis
One of the most common misconceptions about multiple sclerosis (MS) is that you cannot exercise, which is false. Actually, studies have shown that regular exercise can help reduce some of the symptoms associated with MS, from improving muscle strength to decreasing the risk of heart disease. Here are six things to keep in mind before you get in .
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1. Start off slowly.
We’re not kidding. Take. It. Slow. Even if it means exercising for five to 10 minutes a day until you feel confident enough to step it up.