As people get older, their center of gravity and balance starts to stagger a little bit.
This can increase the risk of having a fall. If you have a loved one who is older and lives alone, the following tips will help them to reduce their falls.
Keep Getting Regular Exercise
Exercise is essential as people get older, and can help them improve their strength, stability, and balance. This is important as people are aging and at risk of falling in the home.
By being physically active, you are able to keep up with your strength and stability, which reduces accidentally falling or losing your balance, whether walking through your home too fast or going up and down the stairs.