If you are one of the 2.5 million people worldwide living with multiple sclerosis, you likely already know some of the challenges of staying active with the condition. Hearing the words “you have MS” can make it feel like the curtain’s coming down on the opportunity to do many of the physical activities you love and enjoy. Since MS symptom onset most often happens between the ages of 20 and 40, those words can come at what feels like the physical prime of your life.

If you have multiple sclerosis and want to stay active but don’t know where to begin, hearing from other people in your situation can help. Below, SELF spoke to four women living with MS to get advice for staying active, even during MS symptom flare-ups. Here are their best tips.

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