How to Exercise if You Have Multiple Sclerosis

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The benefits of exercise and physical activity for multiple sclerosis (MS) patients is undeniable, with more and more studies stating that exercise can help ease some symptoms of MS, such as fatigue, depression and paresthesia.

In this National MS Society video, Judy Boone, physical therapist Lynn Williams, Dan Melfi, and Dave Altman discuss exercise and physical activity with multiple sclerosis.

“It just makes me feel so much better every day, mentally and physically.”

Also, learn more about how a simple home-based DVD-guided exercise may improve the quality of life of MS patients.

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