As you grow older, an active lifestyle is more important than ever. Regular exercise can help boost energy, maintain your independence, and manage symptoms of illness or pain. Exercise can even reverse some of the symptoms of aging. And not only is exercise good for your body, it’s also good for your mind, mood, and memory. Whether you are generally healthy or are managing an illness, there are plenty of ways to get more active, improve confidence, and boost your fitness.
People, even in their 90s, can improve their strength and balance to achieve stability and avoid falls.
Research has shown that regular exercise benefits people with Parkinson’s disease.
- Reduces stiffness
- improves mobility, posture, balance and gait
Aerobic exercise increases oxygen delivery and neurotransmitters to keep our heart, lungs, and nervous system healthy. General exercise may also reduce depression. Learning-based memory exercises can also help keep our memory sharp.
At Revival we offer packages to suit an individual:
The programme are designed specifically to gain strength, thus physios take the patients through series of strengthening and balance training program.
The exercises are individually prescribed and increased the level by a trained instructor. The exercises take about 45 minutes to complete.
Participants are expected to exercise three times a week and go for a walk at least twice a week. To help them adhere to the program, physios keep the records of the day.