Vibration Training Also Seen to Aid Cognition and Life Quality in Study

Vibration Training Also Seen to Aid Cognition and Life Quality in Study

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Vibration Training Also Seen to Aid Cognition and Life Quality in Study

A six-week program, called vibration training — in which people stand on a vibrating platform for short periods of time — eased disability and improved cognitive abilities and quality of life in people with multiple sclerosis (MS), a small randomized study found. The program was also well accepted and tolerated, suggesting it may provide an inexpensive treatment option for those living with the disease. “Having a proven program to help manage MS-related disability and cognitive…

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