Exercise May Bring Improvement in Fibromyalgia Condition
People diagnosed with fibromyalgia continue exercising for one to two weeks but then leave the same as they think that exercise has been aggravating their pain. But a novel research has come up with a different version.
According to a research carried out by a group of researchers from Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, Wisnton, it has been revealed that exercise might be improving the condition.
In order to reach at the above given conclusion, the study researchers carried out research on 170 people, who were engaged in light to moderate level exercising like light jogging or brisk walking.
These people used to perform exercising for 20 minutes per day. In total, the study was carried out for 36 weeks in which participants were also asked to fill questionnaire that was related to their physical activity.
The questionnaire was made to by fill by them after every 12 weeks. Study researchers noted that those who were engaged in exercising were able to improve their fibromyalgia condition.
Lead researcher Dr Dennis Ang was of the view, "We hope that our findings will help reduce patients' fears and reassure them that sustained exercise will improve their overall health and reduce their symptoms without worsening their pain".
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