Exercise Pain In Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/fibromyalgia Vs. Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid Arthritis Follow me on: Research Brief New research demonstrates the negative pain-related impact of exercise on some people with chronic fatigue syndrome ( ME/CFS ) and comorbid fibromyalgia (FMS) and suggests that drug treatments may help lessen the effects in some cases. Please note: this study looked at the pain response to exercise, not the full breadth of exercise-induced symptoms that are common in ME/CFS. Myriad studies have examined post-exertional malaise, which is the symptom flare following activity, and have demonstrated multiple abnormal physiological reactions to exercise. The intent of this study was to compare two chronic pain populations to see how they differ. Researchers had a group of women with ME/CFS/FMS, a group of women with rheumatoid arthritis (RA,) and a group of healthy women exercise on a bicycle and looked at several measures of pain before and after the sessions.
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Hip fracture patients may regain mobility faster with at-home exercise

Latham, a research assistant professor at the Health and Disability Research Institute at the Boston University School of Public Health told FoxNews.com. The epidemiological data is so strong [and shows] that most of them never get close to where they were with walking and mobility before the fracture. More than 250,000 people in the U.S. fracture a hip every year and long-term outcomes for hip fracture patients are discouraging. Two years after experiencing a hip fracture, more than 80 percent of patients who could previously walk p90X3 workouts without assistance and climb stairs are unable to resume these activities, Latham said.
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