When you’ve been slammed by fatigue, doing some exercise probably feels like the last thing you want to do. However, doing something – a walk around the block, five minutes of stretches, any movement – is essential for your physical and mental wellbeing.

Most importantly, exercise helps to fight fatigue – really.

The evidence behind the OMS Program shows that exercise is important too. So much so that there’s a whole bunch of resources ready for you to investigate.

OMS understands that balance, coordination, spasticity and bladder weakness can all be part of the mix for pwMS. They thought about all of that when they designed their exercise resources so it’s already tailored, just for you.

The results of the recent study from the NEU at the University of Melbourne back the OMS approach of lifestyle factors preventing significant fatigue and improving outcomes for those with MS.

You can click here to read the full paper.