The kerbside in parks or in the street where there is no traffic gives us the opportunity to do one simple but effective exercise for the improvement of the postural stability and gait patterns.

Occasionally walking for a few minutes on the curbside or on a similar object that is lying on the ground will positively affect postural stability and motor skill ability. Any physical activity that forces us to put more effort than usual to maintain the postural stability (known as a balance) are providing mental stimulation to neuromuscular control centre (brain).

By habitually walking, we habitually maintain postural stability and we are not improving the sense of balance and by prolonged habitually walk, the existing sense of balance deteriorates….. [The full text of this article is in the book]


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