Sitting Less, Walking More May Be Feasible Way to Healthier Life With Ms, Study Suggests

Small changes in daily activities, like sitting less and walking more, may be healthful for people with multiple sclerosis (MS) without the challenges of formal exercise. A new study describes an intervention that could help encourage such activity. This study outlines a 15-week intervention called “Sit Less with MS,” proposed as a way to encourage MS patients to get more activity each day.

Source: Multiplesclerosis News Today

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