THESE ARE THE MOVES THAT WILL IMPROVE YOUR BALANCE AND BODY POSTURE, AND RELIEVE YOUR PAIN.
Feet are one of the most important body parts that control your overall balance, body posture and some pains. They enable our movement throughout the day while withstanding some uncomfortable footwear. A suitable care of them will provide a prime condition of the whole body.
With aging our feet become deteriorated and painful so it is hard to walk. That’s the reason why one in three Americans fall suddenly and the risk of falling increases in the 80s and the 90s.
While walking, the pressure on each foot controls the balance of the rest of the body. Also, pain in one foot can put off your balanced walking or standing.
If you exercise on a regular basis, you will strengthen your muscles and keep a proper blood flow thus preventing any balance problems connected with age.
The balance relates to body posture and it involves a proper alignment of bones and muscles to keep your upright. If they are not aligned in the proper manner your body posture can out of balance.
According to a study, women who wear high heels have greater risk of experiencing pain in the lower back. This pain can cause problems with the posture and you have to undertake different methods to relieve the pain.
We’re going to show you a few simple exercises that will support your back muscles and posture and relieve the pain in your lower back.
You should get a good warm up prior to engaging in any exercise. You may want to use toe press movements in order to get your body prepared and your blood flowing.
Stand straight up and then bend the knees slightly, so that you grab the floor with the toes. Practice this exercise for about 5 seconds and then do 10 repetitions. Practice this exercise 3 times on a daily basis for best results.
Stretch the toes
Grab a chair and sit on it. Place your left leg on your right thigh and grab your toes with your right hand. Start shaking them up and down and stretch them on the side for 10 seconds. Stop, rest and repeat three more times with each foot.