"Physical Activity May Not Prevent MS, Says New Study, But Benefits Those Who Already Live with MS"
- better cardiovascular fitness and muscle strength
- improved cognitive function
- better bladder and bowel function
- less fatigue and depression
- mood enhancement
- increased participation in social activities
Inactivity in people with or without MS can result in numerous risk factors associated with coronary heart disease. In addition, it can lead to weakness of muscles, decreased bone density with an increased risk of fracture, and shallow, inefficient breathing.