How Fitness Can Help People with Chronic Illnesses
Those who deal with a chronic disease manage a host of difficulties and inconveniences, about which most people without them are largely unfamiliar. Of course, each disease is different, but doctors often advise patients to stay active as a means of combating stress and controlling symptoms. Sticking to a workout routine is challenging for anyone in any circumstances, and the pandemic has only increased the difficulty. In a recent article for Women’s Health, contributor Korin Miller spoke with women who have chronic illnesses to glean helpful insights and advice for readers who can relate to their struggles. From Crohn’s disease, multiple sclerosis and psoriatic arthritis, these inspiring ladies offered an array of wisdom and practical tips. Read more.