mardi 29 avril 2014

Heat regulation dysfunction may stop MS patients from exercising

Exercise-induced body temperature increases can make symptoms worse for some patients with multiple sclerosis. Researchers have explored the underlying causes of the temperature regulation problems so MS patients can better reap the benefits of exercise. In the study, researchers found that sweating took longer to start and sweat rate was lower during exercise-induced body temperature increases in MS patients compared to healthy control subjects. Heat regulation dysfunction may stop MS patients from exercising

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