Cognition-targeted Exercise May Boost CBT’s Easing of Fatigue

Cognition-targeted Exercise May Boost CBT’s Easing of Fatigue

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Cognition-targeted Exercise May Boost CBT’s Easing of Fatigue

Cognition-targeting exercise, when combined with cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) — a type of talk therapy — may further ease fatigue and other symptoms in people with multiple sclerosis (MS), a study found. The study, “The added value of cognition-targeted exercise versus symptom-targeted exercise for multiple sclerosis fatigue: A randomized controlled pilot trial,” was published in PLOS One by a team of researchers in Egypt. Fatigue is a common symptom of MS that interferes with the ability…

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