As people grow older, they become increasingly vulnerable to falling. However, there are certain actions that senior citizens can take in order to reduce the risk of falling and lower the amount of harm that would result from a fall. One important preventive measure elderly people can put into practice is regularly working on their ability to balance through specific exercises. Some senior friendly exercises that are proven to bolster balance include dancing, Tai Chi, and yoga.
- When it comes to exercise options for seniors, dance is among the best, as it can improve balance and is also fun and social
- The Chinese art of Tai Chi provides every part of the human body with the advantages of low intensity exercise
- Yoga offers a myriad of benefits to those who practice it regularly, and seniors will undoubtedly benefit from stronger balancing abilities as a result
“Both medical and elderly care professionals recommend a number of fall prevention strategies that can help seniors and family caregivers lower elderly adults’ risk of falling.”
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