It seemed that those with brain lesions benefited more, but the group is too small to make a correlation
The most significant impacts that the participants experienced had to do with fatigue and dizziness, and the scores of those in the exercise group were drastically higher than those who were not part of the program.
The researchers also noticed that those in the exercise group who had lesions in their brain regions that have an influence on balance and eye movement control were better able to benefit from the program than those who did not have any such lesions. However, it is important to note that these results could be attributed to chance, especially given that the study was particularly small. Therefore, it cannot be said with certainty that the differences are statistically significant.