Patient Video - Do you exercise as part of your routine for managing FCS?
Charles describes how heincorporates exercise into his routine for managing Familial Chylomicronemia Syndrome (FCS). He understands that some days will be more tiring than others but to keep pushing forward if you can. His key message is that exercise is essential to maintaining your physical and emotional health. Charles recommends getting outdoors even just for some fresh air, which can be very beneficial and therapeutic.
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