There has been a lot of talk recently about the role of exercise in stopping the progression of Huntington’s Disease. A combination of physical, mental, and social stimulation is believed to slow down the advance of certain symptoms of the disease, such as weight loss, energy loss, and cognitive malfunction. The energetic body boost and the flood of endorphins that your body receives while exercising can stimulate the metabolism and even the immune system! While research is ongoing, this is an exciting development for those suffering from Huntington’s.
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