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Thursday, July 23, 2015

Multiple Sclerosis Water Therapy

Exercise can be a real challenge for some people with multiple sclerosis (MS). Common symptoms like weakness, numbness, and balance issues can make physical activity difficult, and maybe a little intimidating. But exercise is as important for people with MS as it is for everyone else. A good exercise routine can even ease symptoms.
Many people with MS find that water therapy is the easiest and most rewarding way to stay physically active. The buoyancy of water helps to support weak limbs, making them feel lighter. Water also provides resistance, which helps strengthen muscles. People with MS may find it easier to stand in the water than on dry land, and there’s a lower risk of injury due to a fall.

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