Balance problems and difficulty walking are two of my most troublesome MS symptoms. Luckily, there are exercises I can do to reduce the impact these symptoms have on my everyday life.
Even if you don’t have a neurological condition it’s a good idea to add balance training to your fitness regimen. Start improving your balance with the help of these articles and videos. Consult your doctor before starting a workout program if you haven’t been active for a while.
Living with MS: Avoiding Falls
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a neurological condition that affects a person's brain and spinal cord. Some of the most common symptoms are fatigue, visual disturbances, altered sensation and difficulties with mobility (balance and walking).
This list features articles about improving balance, strength, and mobility.
This eight module program is designed to increase your knowledge about risk factors associated with falls and provide you with strategies to reduce your risk of falling.
Balance problems caused by multiple sclerosis can make walking a challenge, but some simple exercises can help.
Not only is exercise is a good way to improve some of the physical effects of MS, but it can also help you regain balance and coordination. Here are several moves you can try.
In order to improve your balance, you may have to lose your balance! You CAN address balance problems by challenging them. By sticking to a program that is safe, yet pushes you to your limits, your balance can gradually improve.
Improve your balance and stability workout | Move more with MS
Join Dom, Koz and Samia while they demonstrate some simple leg exercises that help teach you how to stabilise your body for better balance.
This is a great exercise to improve balance while changing directions. Often times, people with MS feel are fearful and non-confident in their body due to fe...
A short yoga practice that uses a chair for balance.
A mind/body approach to physical balance.