One unexpected consequence of aging is the enhanced tendency to trip and fall. There are a number of aspects that cause this, but the main one is a neurological one.
Fortunately, this can be quickly corrected with some easy exercises.

In this post, we're visiting look at means to improve our balance by discovering particular workouts that utilize the components of our nerves that regulate balance or, proprioception. Specifically, our cerebellum (back of the brain that regulates coordination), the vestibular system (the inner ear where the semi-circular canals are found), the rising tracts in our spine (the "freeways" that bring details to the brain from our feet and the rest of our body), and the small "mechano-receptors" located in our joints that get our motions as we walk and run and sends that details through our nerves, up the spine systems to the brain. As an included bonus, these exercises also go a long way in avoiding lower back discomfort also!

Right here are some extremely practical exercises to do, "... for the rest of our lives." Begin with the easy ones!. chiropractorRedwood City chiropractor

Recent Blogs

  1. No Items

    There is nothing to display yet, check back soon.

  1. No one has commented yet.


Last login: 10 months ago
tituskurt37 avatar

tituskurt37 has been member of this site for 13 months.

So far tituskurt37 has earned 151pts and has 156 views!


No users fitting this criteria.

Recent Forum Activity

    There is nothing to display yet, check back soon.