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Resistance training may slow down the progression of multiple sclerosis

20:00 EDT 31 Jul 2017 | AAAS

(Aarhus University) In the past, multiple sclerosis patients were advised not to exercise for fear of exacerbating the illness. However, it is now known that physical training can relieve many of the symptoms, including the excessive fatigue and mobility impairments that are often seen. New research now shows that resistance training may protect the nervous system and thus slow the progression of the disease.

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