The Research

We think being active is advantageous to those with chronic diseases, but we wanted to share some publications to add a scientific viewpoint.

Health and Human Services (HHS)
Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans

Published November 2018

BMJ
Management of multiple sclerosis symptoms through reductions in sedentary behaviour: protocol for a feasibility study

Published March 2019

European Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis (ECTRIMS) 2018
Poster 1274 – “Keep Going!” Symptoms of depression, sleep disturbances, fatigue and anxiety improved 12 weeks after exercising and active leisure time activity, but decreased further 16 weeks later – evidence for a continuous exercising program
Poster 1280: The impact of fear of falling on leisure-time physical activity in multiple sclerosis

Published October 2018

American College of Sports Medicine
Exercising Impacts on Fatigue, Depression, and Paresthesia in Female Patients with Multiple Sclerosis
Published May 2016