Balance Exercises Improve Balance With Peripheral Neuropathy

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Balance exercises are necessary to help people with peripheral neuropathy improve balance and prevent falling. Recently, The World Health Organization stated that 10% of the population will suffer from diabetes.  Often times, peripheral neuropathy accompanies those suffering with diabetes. Peripheral neuropathy describes the damage to the nerves of the peripheral system through trauma or disease process like diabetes. Peripheral neuropathy usually starts with numbness or tingling in the feet or hands.  In regards to balance, people suffering with peripheral neuropathy have decreased sensory input to the brains balance system, thereby decreasing their balance abilities.

Balance Exercises Help Maximize Sensory Feedback

Balance exercises focus on this sense of touch between our feet and the floor, maximizing the sensory feedback from our feet to our brain. Balance exercises are vitally important for people who have peripheral neuropathy to practice on a daily basis. By consistently performing balance exercises, individuals with peripheral neuropathy are able to enhance their sense of awareness in their lower extremities,
which will help improve balance and reduce the risk of falling.

Balance Exercises In The Exercise For Balance DVD

The Exercise For Balance DVD is loaded with the best balance exercises and strength exercises needed to learn how to find your balance point and how to use the sensory feedback from your feet to help improve balance. In the Exercise For Balance DVD, you will learn balance techniques and balance exercises from a licensed Physical Therapist who has worked with balance and dizziness disorders for over 20 years.

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