The Link Between Exercise and Multiple Sclerosis
It is pretty well known that exercise can be beneficial for most people. Aside from increasing muscle mass, it can improve mood, encourage bone growth, stave off depression, and enhance social behavior.
But not everyone is “most people.” Some people have multiple sclerosis to such a degree that it causes a severe mobility disability. This can make walking and other mundane tasks very difficult, not to mention strenuous exercise.
But can an exercise regime be helpful for these people who have severely impaired motor abilities? Perhaps!