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Exercise That Helps with Balance

Monday, July 30, 2018 11:46:10 AM Australia/Melbourne

Exercise That Helps with BalanceNoticing a trend this month? If you’re newer to the Hearlink blog, maybe not. But if you’re newer to the Hearlink blog – welcome! We’re so excited to welcome you to your one-stop-shop for all things hearing related. Our mission at Hearlink is that we're here to help you with every aspect of your hearing health, whether it's loss prevention, testing, finding hearing aids or other solutions that will help you hear better. We promise to always provide professional services with integrity, competence, objectivity and independence. In short, you can come to us with both current hearing loss challenges and if you’re proactive about avoiding them in the future. We welcome customers and patients of all ages, from all backgrounds and from all areas around Melbourne. You’re the reason that we’ve been able to be so successful and we’re so grateful for your patronage.

 

Back to that trend on the blog… This month, we’re trying to focus on holistic health. Too often we find that our patients and customers come in with very niche, very specific questions and concerns about their ears. Either they don’t know that their current situations will impact other systems of their bodies down the line, or they don’t want to believe it. We’ve noticed a pattern in these conversations and know that this blog can be the perfect vehicle to provide the information that you need to make the right health decisions for you. We love to listen to feedback on this blog, on our site, on our business and on our products, so if there is information that you want to learn, or topics that you want to know about, please let us know! We’re accessible through email, through phone, even in-person.

 

Once a month, we’ve been trying to write about balance regardless. So few people know that when your hearing is off-kilter, your balance is impacted. It’s because of the cochlea (the tiny hairs inside your ear) that help send signals to your brain and many of the systems that you need to be successful in your day-to-day life. So let’s set these up for success!

 

What are the types of exercises that you can incorporate into your daily routine? We’re huge proponents of yoga. Yoga is so great for all facets of your life but many are scared because they believe they need to be perfectly calm and very, very flexible. That’s not the case, especially with the influx of specialty types of yoga including those that are heated or with specific types of music.

 

Another area to explore is dance. Again, don’t be deterred if you haven’t been studying technical dance for forever. Try basic moves at home like those in this tutorial. The emphasis is on finding that balance and that peace.

 

Finally, tai-chi and other similar types of motion movements can be more beneficial than you know. There are such a storied history behind each that allow you to be rooted in your centre and work on your balance.

 

Questions? Comments? Let us know. We’d love to hear from you.

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