How can children, teens and adults with Related to the mitochondria. disease EXERCISE, especially if The overall feeling of tiredness or lack of energy. It is not the same as simply feeling drowsy or sleepy. Being fatigued means having no motivation or energy. and exercise intolerance are hallmark symptoms of the disease?
Metabolic Nurse Educator, Margaret O’Riley, from Vancouver, British Columbia shares about the research – and practical solutions – surrounding exercise and mitochondrial disease.
This discussion will dig into questions that are relevant to children, teens and adult patients, such as:
- Why or why not should my child or I exercise?
- What does the research say?
- What type of exercise is best?