Research has shown that exercise has many benefits for most people living with MS. Exercise may help improve many different MS symptoms, such as fatigue and bowel and bladder difficulties. Exercise may also have general health benefits, such as reducing the risk of heart disease, stroke, and cancer, lowering of blood pressure, weight reduction, and prevention and treatment of diabetes and osteoporosis. As always, it’s important to talk with your doctor before making any lifestyle changes or starting a new exercise program.1-5
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