One unforeseen effect of aging is the increased tendency to trip and fall. There are a number of factors that cause this, however the main one is a neurological one.
Thankfully, this can be quickly fixed with some simple exercises.

In this write-up, we're going to look at methods to improve our balance by discovering particular exercises that utilize the parts of our nervous system that manage balance or, proprioception. Specifically, our brain (back of the brain that manages sychronisation), the vestibular system (the inner ear where the semi-circular canals are located), the ascending systems in our spine (the "freeways" that bring info to the brain from our feet and the rest of our body), and the small "mechano-receptors" found in our joints that get our motions as we walk and run and sends that details with our nerves, up the spinal cord systems to the brain. As an added incentive, these workouts likewise go a long means in avoiding lower back discomfort!

Below are some really practical exercises to do, "... for the rest of our lives." Start with the simple ones!. D.C.Redwood City chiropractor

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