Benefits of keeping fit
Joint and muscle bleeds can be prevented not only with prophylaxis but also by achieving good levels of fitness with well-developed muscle tone. Regular exercise can help to stabilise the joints and prevent destructive joint bleeds that can occur in every day activity.
Exercise is an important part of living a healthy life. Taking part in sports and games is not just a good way to exercise; it’s also a great way to get more out of life – physically, mentally and emotionally. This can be especially important for anyone with haemophilia.
Here you will find support and information to help you develop a more active lifestyle. We will show you the possible types of exercises and how to protect your joints whilst being active.