Most types of physical exercise can help to ease motor symptoms in adults with Parkinson’s disease and improve their quality of life, according to a review study.
“Our review highlights the importance of physical exercise in general, while the exact exercise type may be secondary,” Elke Kalbe, PhD, the study’s senior author and a professor of medical psychology at the University of Cologne in Germany, said in a press release.
“Therefore, the personal preferences of people with Parkinson’s Disease should be given special consideration to help motivate them to adhere to an exercise program,” Kalbe added. “Any exercise counts.”
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