Staying Fit

Being physically active is essential for a healthy life, whomever you are, and this does not change because you have haemophilia. In fact, regular exercise can be even more beneficial to someone with haemophilia because it helps develop strong muscles, balance, and coordination.

Recommended

Non-contact sports
swimming
walking
golf
badminton
archery
cycling
rowing
sailing
table tennis

Should Be Avoided

High-contact collision sports
and high-velocity activities
skate-boarding
hockey
rugby
boxing
wrestling
motocross
Speak to your healthcare team for more advice, especially if you have any problem or target joints. (Target joints are joints that have experienced 3 or more bleeds within a 6-month period.)
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