Prevent Falling Down

by | Oct 5, 2020

The best ways to prevent falls!

What do some medications, inner ear problems, foot pain, weight changes, blood sugar issues and vitamin D deficiency have in common? They can all affect your balance.

And when you’re an older adult, being just the slightest bit off balance—even for a moment—can lead to a debilitating fall.  In fact, an estimated 1 in 3 people over 65 will fall each year. Every 19 minutes, an older adults dies from a fall-related injury. Women are more likely to fall than men, but men are more likely to die from a fall than a woman.

The good news? Many falls are preventable!

Keeping your balance and preventing a fall just got easier, thanks to Dr. Brouse’s 45 years of preventive practice. His information-packed Build A Better You analysis explains how your body works to keep you balanced, and the health problems, medications, and home-hazards that can set you up for a fall. And it provides specific ways to help you improve your balance and maintain your mobility.

Discover the reasons most people fall.

Knowing what causes most falls, is one of the best ways to prevent them. The 30+ page report explains why some blood pressure medicines may make you more likely to fall, how cognitive impairment and dementia can lead to balance problems, and how even small changes in the way you walk can increase the risk of falling. Order your analysis today!

You’ll learn how improving your health can go a long way to preventing a fall.

For example, if your vision is failing or you have poor depth perception you are at a higher risk of falling. A simple eye exam can detect these problems.  Specific nutritional advice based upon the latest AREDS (Age Related Eye Disorders Supplementation) data can give you the advantage and prevent falling and causing a disabling injury. Likewise, allergies and head colds can cause dizziness. So if you have a head cold take extra care to use handrails. Having stiff joints can make it harder to catch yourself if you stumble. And if your neck is stiff you may end up turning your whole upper body to look behind you, which can easily throw you off balance.

Fortunately, for virtually every problem that can cause a fall, Dr. Brouse has uncovered a solution and included it in your Build A Better You analysis

You’ll receive exercise advice that help reduce the risk of falling, why it is important to gain and maintain muscle power as you age, moves that increase your flexibility and improve balance, balance-training exercises that are specifically designed to reduce falls—particularly in the elderly. And you’ll even learn about ways you can fall without getting hurt and so much more.

Don’t risk a debilitating fall. Get your Build A Better You analysis and start learning right right away so you can improve your balance and mobility and maintain your independence.

Wholesome ~ Fresh ~ Delicious                                                                                                    A Cookbook From The Brouse House

Wholesome ~ Fresh ~ Delicious A Cookbook From The Brouse House

JENNIE BROUSE has a passion for making delicious, nutritious food, and has been practicing since she was a girl. Her dear mother instilled in her the wisdom of eating for health, growing and preserving food from their large garden, and cooking from scratch. This lifestyle continued while raising their children to today. Sharing her delicious meals with friends and family has been part of her “love language”. Jennie’s husband, Richard, has counseled many patients with nutritional advice for over 43 years. She has worked beside him encouraging them in their change to a healthier lifestyle, including eating habits. This cookbook has evolved from the many requests of patients and friends who want a few guidelines for more wholesome cooking. Thus, Wholesome-Fresh-Delicious has been created with recipes that have been favorites in the Brouse house. It is the authors’ hope that many will be inspired to seek out more wholesome food sources, embrace seasonal eating of fresh produce, and love cooking from scratch; all of which will encourage great health!

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