The Impact of Training on Sitting Time and Brain Volumes in Multiple Sclerosis.

The Impact of Training on Sitting Time and Brain Volumes in Multiple Sclerosis.

Publication date: Dec 10, 2019

The current study aims to investigate whether persons with Multiple Sclerosis (PwMS) compensate training time with more sedentary time and consequently blunt training effects. The second aim will be to investigate the effect of a structured training program on specific brain volumes and cognitive variables.

Concepts Keywords
Alcohol Spasticity tremor paralysis
Atrophy MS
Autoimmune Process demyelination
Autonomic Dysfunction Cardiovascular autonomic dysfunction
Baroreflex Multiple Sclerosis McDonald
Blood Pressure Magnetic resonance imaging
Body Composition Brain training
Brain Physical therapy
Cardiovascular Multiple sclerosis
Carotid HIIT
Central Nervous System Continuous training
Cerebral Aneurysm Physical fitness
Cochlear Implant High-intensity interval training
Cognition Health
Cognitive Medical specialties
Cognitive Function Medicine
Contra Physical exercise
Defibrillator Exercise therapy
Demyelination Cochlear implant
Dental Implant Dental implant
Disability
Dose Response
Endurance Capacity
Exercise Therapy
Fatigue
Foreign Bodies
Grey Matter
Hasselt
Heart Rate
Informed Consent
Infusion
Insulin
Interval Training
Inverse Relation
Lipid
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Metabolism
MICT
Multiple Sclerosis
Muscle
Neurodegenerative Disorder
Pacemaker
Paralysis
Periodization
Pharmacological
Progressive
Randomized Controlled Trial
Risk Factor
Sedentary Lifestyle
Spasticity
Sternal
Tremor
Vicious Circle
White Matter

Semantics

Type Source Name
drug DRUGBANK Ethanol
disease MESH weight reduction
disease MESH aneurysm
disease MESH foreign bodies
disease MESH Multiple Sclerosis
disease MESH Sitting

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