While any exercise is beneficial, your exercise program should include aerobic activity, flexibility, strength training, balance, agility, and multitasking to improve the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease.
The Parkinson’s Foundation pointed out that there is no ‘exercise prescription’ suitable for anyone with Parkinson’s disease.
The website’s advice explains: “For sedentary people, it is just beneficial to get up and move.
“More active people can build up to regular, vigorous activity.
“Many approaches work well to help maintain and improve mobility, flexibility and balance to alleviate non-motor PD symptoms such as depression or constipation.
“The most important thing is to exercise regularly. We suggest you find an exercise you enjoy and stick to it. ”
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