Improve your Balance with these Strategies
Falls among the elderly is a serious concern and can happen recurringly. This can lead to broken hips and head injuries. Factors that increase the risk of falls include, muscle weakness and joint problems, poor balance and poor vision.
One of the ways to improve your balance is through physical therapy. This focuses on the ability of the joints and brain to communicate, the balance system in the ear and also vision.
More strategies can be found here via Harvard Health Publication. “Our best balance boosters”
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