Disease research

Selected Research articles with a focus on physical activity for people with chronic diseases.

Physical activity can have numerous benefits for people with chronic diseases and reduced mobility.

Being physically active can help to improve cardiovascular health, reduce the risk of developing other chronic conditions, and improve mental health and quality of life.

For individuals with chronic diseases, it is important to consult with a healthcare provider before starting a new exercise program. However, even low-impact activities such as walking, stretching, and exercise with a recurrent exerciser can be beneficial.

It is important to aim for at least 150 minutes of moderate intensity physical activity per week, as recommended by the World Health Organization.

Physical activity can also help to manage the symptoms of chronic conditions such as arthritis, diabetes, and heart disease.

By improving mobility and flexibility, physical activity can also help individuals with chronic diseases to maintain their independence and improve their overall quality of life.


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