Jul 28

Lifestyle Adjustments That Can Help Prevent Falls

By MD for Seniors

Going on a brisk walk multiple times a week can reduce your chance of falling.

Being proactive about your overall health is the first step to take in fall prevention.

With age, your likeliness of experiencing falls is greater. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that one out of three older adults will fall each year, and one out of five falls results in a serious injury. Seeking medical treatment after a harsh fall is very important, but preventing the falls from happening in the first place is even more crucial.

As an older person, it’s critical to be aware of the physical changes your body goes through, whether it’s due to …read more

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