Senior Balance Exercises For Aging

By Suzanne Stoke, Physical Therapist @ Exercise For Balance via www.exerciseforbalance.com

   As we age, there can be changes in our bone composition that lead to spinal fractures and create a need to practice senior balance exercises to avoid any possibility of falling. See more current information at http://www.exerciseforbalance.com/buy-now For most older adults after the age of fifty, bone growth decreases and can lead to  conditions which are called osteopenia or osteoporosis. Osteopenia is the initial stage of osteoporosis. Since bone health is measured by bone density, which indicates the amount of calcium and other minerals in the bones, people with osteopenia have bone density that is lower than normal but not yet osteoporosis. In osteoporosis, the bones can become so weak and brittle that twisting or rolling over in bed can cause a bone in the spine to collapse. In addition, falling can also create compressive forces to the body which lead to spine fractures in those who have osteoporosis. Most spinal compression fractures happen in the upper and middle back. Because osteoporosis is so common in older adults, it is essential for those in the aging population to avoid falling and sustaining a spinal compression fracture. The best way to minimize the risk of falling is to practice specific senior balance exercises on a daily basis.

Senior Balance Exercises For Bone Change

     Older adults who are at risk for spinal compression fractures due to osteoporosis are highly encourage  to practice senior balance exercises every day to improve their balance and minimize the possibility of a fall. Since falls can be devastating for those with Osteoporosis, it is essential to take just a few minutes of time out of your day to practice specific stability routines. One such equilibrium routine that you can perform in the comfort of your own home involves standing on one foot while swinging the other foot slowly forwards and backwards or side to side. This equilibrium routine mimics the natural manner that we strand on one foot and swing the other foot forwards as we walk. As you practice this exercise you will be working on a combination of static and dynamic steadiness techniques that translate to improving stability with all walking and standing movement activities. You can learn how to practice this precise steadiness routine as well as learn how to accurately rehearse other senior balance exercises by following the direction of a knowledgeable physical therapist in the exercise for balance DVD.

Senior Balance Exercises In The Exercise For Balance DVD

Learn how to perform balance exercises with the Exercise For Balance DVD

Learn how to perform balance exercises with the Exercise For Balance DVD

    For those older individuals with decreased bone density, be sure to get started on a course of the best balance exercises with the Exercise For Balance DVD. The healthcare provider recommended Exercise For Balance DVD is a high quality instructional DVD to use at home or in a group setting. The easy to understand and simple to follow Exercise For Balance DVD includes  a step by step series of the latest balance and strength exercises necessary to optimize senior fitness and to carry out basic daily activities like shopping, doing laundry,  walking, standing, cleaning house, stair climbing or to advance to more difficult pursuits like skiing, dancing, playing golf and hiking. In the  comprehensive Exercise For Balance DVD, you will learn how to improve stability, how to apply steadiness techniques and how to safely execute balance routines from a  qualified balance specialist — licensed Physical Therapist—who has worked with balance and dizziness disorders for over 25 years. Get your copy of the Exercise For Balance DVD by clicking on the BUY NOW button

Decrease falls by starting balance exercises today with the Exercise For Balance DVD to improve balance and prevent falls.

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