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Multiple Sclerosis

Fitness

 
How to Get Fit When You Have MS: Interval Training May Help

How to Get Fit When You Have MS: Interval Training May Help

Varying the intensity of aerobic exercise in a structured format may help boost your energy and reduce fatigue.
What MS Symptoms Really Look Like Inside the Body

What MS Symptoms Really Look Like Inside the Body

How do you explain the invisible symptoms of MS to people who've never experienced them? This 3D model shows MS inside the body.
Staying ‘On Track’ With MS at Age 82

Staying ‘On Track’ With MS at Age 82

Decades after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, Eleanor Pendergraft is set to compete in her fourth National Senior Games.
Exercises to Improve Balance for People With Multiple Sclerosis

Exercises to Improve Balance for People With Multiple Sclerosis

Balance problems caused by multiple sclerosis can make walking a challenge, but some simple exercises can help.
How Wearable Activity Trackers Could Improve MS Care

How Wearable Activity Trackers Could Improve MS Care

Wearable devices can help you stick to a fitness routine, but their usefulness for multiple sclerosis may go far beyond that.
6 Hand Exercises for Multiple Sclerosis

6 Hand Exercises for Multiple Sclerosis

MS can affect your hands’ ability to feel, as well as their strength and dexterity. These specialized movement therapy exercises can help.
Qigong for MS: A New Way to Move and Relax

Qigong for MS: A New Way to Move and Relax

This ancient Chinese practice may help you improve your balance and reduce anxiety.
How to Prevent Falls and Broken Bones When You Have MS

How to Prevent Falls and Broken Bones When You Have MS

People with multiple sclerosis are four times more likely to fracture their hip than others. Learn how to strengthen your bones and avoid falls.
Exercising With MS: How a Physical Therapist Can Help

Exercising With MS: How a Physical Therapist Can Help

A physical therapist discusses how she helps people with multiple sclerosis stay active.
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