Prior research has demonstrated the benefits of exercise on MS-related fatigue.
In a recent study conducted in Sweden, researchers explored the effect of three-month high-intensity resistance training among MS patients experiencing fatigue.
Participants took part in either once-weekly or twice-weekly sessions for 12 weeks.
Results indicated that both exercise programs induced clinically meaningful reductions in fatigue levels.
In addition, the interventions were found to decrease a sense of anxiety and depression and improve the Quality of life related to health.
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