Low Impact Exercises for Better Senior Health

May 10, 2016

 

 

Low impact exercise routines have been found to help seniors strengthen muscles, prevent injuries, reduce stress, and even aid in lowering blood pressure, according to a study from the New England Journal of Medicine. Low impact exercises may be categorized into four: flexibility, endurance, strength, and balance.

 

Seniors can make the most out of these health-boosting routines through walking, swimming, doing yoga, tai chi, low impact aerobics, and even gardening. Moreover, these exercises can even prevent Alzheimer’s and Dementia.

 

Gaining better health is not impossible for seniors. With the right approach, balance, and consistency, seniors can inevitably prove that age doesn’t matter. And if ever you are in need of home care services and other senior health care needs, you might want to check out what Home Care California has to offer. We’d be glad to pave the way for a healthier you.

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