Senior Balance Exercises For Safe Living At Home

By Suzanne Stoke, Physical Therapist @ Exercise For Balance via www.exerciseforbalance.comSenior exercises-- together

       Since many older adults experience a fall at home, it is essential that aging individuals rehearse senior balance exercises on a daily basis. Please see health care workers including nurses, physical therapists, doctors and home health care takers encourage senior citizens to follow both specific equilibrium routines as well as daily precautions to avoid falls and the injuries that accompany falling. Some common precautions for home include:
    • Pay attention and make sure your medications aren’t causing dizziness. Many seniors are over-medicated. Tell your primary doctor about every medication you are taking, especially if you are experiencing any light-headedness.
    • Rehearse specific senior balance exercises to improve your balance. Try to exercise at least 30 minutes a day, and don’t sit for long periods of time. More daily movement equates to fewer falls, not more.
    • Take the steps to reduce or eliminate smoking and drinking alcohol. These are additional drugs you are putting into your body that can negatively effect your health, fitness and balance abilities.
    • Make sure your vision is the best it can be and that your eyeglass prescription is up-to-date. Visit an eye doctor at least yearly.
    • Remove all clutter from your floors at home. Clear the way. Remove any impediments — throw rugs, small furniture, cords and cables — that are in your daily path.
    • For those who it pertains to, on icy days, stay indoors. It only takes a split-second to experience a life-changing accident like a slip and a fall. It’s not worth the risk.
    • Install grab bars in your bathroom, especially in the tub or shower.

Senior Balance Exercises To Maximize Balance Skills

         Older adults should perform senior balance exercises on a regular basis to advance their balance abilities and to reduce their potential of a fall. Medical researchers have proven that the best precaution to take against falling is to rehearse equilibrium routines on a regular basis. By practicing steadiness exercises, older individuals will be able to enhance their balance reactions at their feet and ankles. Additionally, performing stability routines develops strong leg muscles that are necessary for good balance. Most older adults, however, do not know which steadiness exercises to perform and how to progress those routines when appropriate. Now there is a step by step senior balance exercise program presented in the Exercise For Balance DVD and developed by an experienced Physical Therapist.


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    To learn necessary everyday precautions and to begin the best balance exercises, get the Exercise For Balance DVD. The Exercise For Balance DVD is an easy to follow instructional DVD to use at home or in a group setting. The Exercise For Balance DVD comes filled with the best balance and strength exercises needed to enhance senior fitness and to perform basic activities like cleaning house, walking, standing, stair climbing or to advance to high level activities like playing golf, dancing and hiking. In the Exercise For Balance DVD, you will learn how to improve balance, steadiness techniques and balance routines from a balance instructor —licensed Physical Therapist— who has worked with balance and dizziness disorders for over 20 years. Get your copy of the Exercise For Balance DVD by clicking on the BUY NOW button

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    Be safe at home by starting balance exercises today with the Exercise For Balance DVD to improve balance and prevent falls.

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