Many patients find, adequate sleep and rest, helpful in carrying on with their normal routine. Some Medications including some steroids are also prescribed by the doctors.
For patients with severe or life-threatening symptoms, Plasmapheresis and Immunoglobulin therapy can be administered in the hospital.
Rehabilitation alone or in combination with other forms of treatment can relieve or reduce symptoms for some people with MG. Studies show a clear benefit of strength training exercise program for a group of patients with mild to moderate MG. MG patients should find the optimal balance between physical activity and rest. Physical activity and physical training of low to medium intensity is recommended.
Physical exercise is well tolerated in patients with well-regulated Myasthenia Gravis. Aerobic Exercises and Mild Strength Training can be advised and should be supervised. Physical therapy interventions usually include exercises targeting balance, strength, and endurance impairments in a functional and progressively challenging manner. Throughout the course of physical therapy treatment, the patient can make meaningful improvements in imbalance, strength, and gait, stair climbing, and overall functional mobility of the body.