Parkinson’s disease is a movement disorders disease. It is also a neurological voluntary movement disorders that causes trembling, stiffness of the limbs, and impaired balance and coordination.
Cultivate a strength core muscle are helpful for Parkinson’s patients.
They monitor and corridinate our body movement smoothly and orderly. It is also good for sport and fitness but also for daily life.
Practice deep breathing for core stabilization besides other exercises regularly working together to strengthen and coordinate are important. These muscles work together to support your spine. When you strengthen your core, you gain greater balance and stability.
Therefore building core strength is important for your better posture, body balance, speed, and power, protect you from lower back pain and less likely fall.
In short core stability benefits everyone, from older people to top professional athletes.
Deep breathing exercises for core stabilization should be part of every conditioning program, along with flexibility, strength, and aerobic training.
Your core is composed of three muscle regions on your body: 1) abdominal, 2) pelvic, and 3) lower back. Basically, your core is any muscle located between your pelvis and the base of your ribcage. These muscles work together to support your spine. When you strengthen your core, you gain greater balance and stability.
There are exercise to do strengthen your core muscle;abdomen, lower back, and pelvis lie roughly between the rib cage and the hips.
I do deep breathing in yoga, and weight liftling classes to breath in my abdomen, peliv and breath out my lower back to strengthen my core muscle, physical speed and stamina. The deep breathing exercises are helpful for my stoop posture, slow movement, poor balance and stabiliIty.
You will feel tired easily for the first times by using three core muscles to stabilize your movement and strength at time during exercises. However they strenghten your immune function and endurance. Learning to relax at times during exercise relief your tiredness, depression and anxiety.