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    How could swimming aid this and what else could aid recovery?
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    (Original post by Stacyoh)
    How could swimming aid this and what else could aid recovery?
    I have ME/CFS so probably slightly different but honestly for me the best thing is to move around, even if it hurts a lot staying in one place or position is the worst thing I can do. I think swimming can help something to do with the resistance, don't know that for certain though at all- you'll probably get some better replies over in the fitness forum for that. The other thing is just build things up gradually so you hopefully don't feel it as much, but again I don't have a clue so you're really better in fitness! Bumped this now anyway so hopefully you'll get some better replies soon
 
 
 
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