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This guide on physical activity forms part of a wider set of lifestyle guidelines currently being developed by MS Research Australia for people with MS.
Clinical and research experts have been brought together to assess the current research findings, provide advice and evidence-based recommendations aimed at empowering people living with MS and potentially minimising the impact of MS on their lives.
Physical activity includes exercise, sport, occupational work, transportation, and household chores. Low levels of physical activity can affect movement and quality of live and increase the chances of getting other conditions. Exercise can help to balance sleep quality, cognition and mental well being. Download the guide by clicking the button below.
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