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

Journal of Neurology
The importance of physical activity to preserve hippocampal volume in people with multiple sclerosis: a structural MRI study

Published July 2020

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