Sensorimotor Exercise Linked to Better Overall Quality of Life

Sensorimotor Exercise Linked to Better Overall Quality of Life

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Sensorimotor Exercise Linked to Better Overall Quality of Life

Sensorimotor exercise, which aims to improve the neuromuscular system with reduced pressure interventions, such as robotic-assisted training or aquatic exercises, was found to have the greatest total benefits on both mental and physical health-related quality of life (HRQoL) among people with multiple sclerosis (MS). However, aerobic exercises — such as using a treadmill, cycling, or walking — are better at specifically improving physical HRQoL, the study found, and mind-body exercises, like pilates and yoga, had…

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