a person's physical, emotional, and mental states.
~ Carol Welch
Being in a chair full time means there is limited movement. What does movement have to do with MS? The National MS Society (NMSS) reminds us that MS steals movement from us all. I have secondary progressive MS, and as a result I have been progressively losing my ability to move. How can I slow that loss?
Here is what NMSS has to say about exercise. A wheelchair adds another factor, but for some it seems hardly a handicap.
Be sure to check Merely Me's article -- MS Community and Exercising -- where she talks about more than wheelchair exercising.
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