- Signs of Fraud Against Seniors
- Starting the Conversation
- Senior Care Is A Family Issue
- Seniors & Immunizations
- Seniors Dealing with Pain
- Seniors Dealing with Hearing Loss
- Understanding Breast Cancer
- Fire Prevention
- Quality of Life
- Stress Management For the Holidays
- Why Your Family May Need Home Care
- Monitoring Your Heart
- Appropriate Serving Sizes for Seniors
- Depression & Private Home Health Care
- Low Impact Exercises for Aging Adults
- Legal Considerations
Low Impact Exercises for Aging Adults in Adult Home Care
Exercising is essential for everyone, but the problem is that it gets more difficult to do with age. For many aging adults, low impact exercises are likely the best option to stay in shape and keep a healthy heart.
Low impact exercises account for four areas: endurance, strength, flexibility, and balance. Having an exercise regimen that alternates between these areas can effectively improve health and reduce the risk of injury. Always make sure to check with a doctor before your loved one starts any daily regimen.
This is probably the number one low impact exercise, as it is easy on the joints and helps with heart health. Just make sure your loved one stretches afterward to prevent future injuries.
- Water Aerobics:
Water aerobics also helps with heart health, even though it is more for increasing strength. While the resistance creates muscle, the buoyancy reduces the pain from exercise.
Each of the four areas is represented in yoga. It helps maintain weight while also improving muscle strength and heart health. Yoga is also very accessible, whether at home or the gym.
- Tai Chi:
For improvement of flexibility and balance, give Tai Chi a try. It is extremely popular among seniors and especially good for those with knee, ankle or hip pain, due to slow movements.
Let Comfort Keepers® Assist You
Comfort Keepers® in Sheboygan, WI can help you by implementing a daily exercise regimen that will keep your loved one active and healthy. Our adult home caregivers will seek to help your loved one maintain a daily regimen in whatever way necessary. The goal of our Comfort Keepers® adult home care is to ensure that your loved one is both happy and independent while being healthy and active.
Should you wish to know more about how our adult home caregivers can get your loved one on the right track, or to learn about our other services, contact us (920) 204-6886 or head over to our website www.sheboygan-291.comfortkeepers.com.