What rehabilitation exercises can Parkinson’s patients do daily?

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Due to individual differences, there is no so-called optimal exercise method for patients. Common exercise methods include gait exercises, balance exercise exercises, facial movement exercises, and lower body exercises.

1. Gait exercise: Parkinson’s patients usually have abnormal gait and are prone to falls, so gait exercises can be carried out in daily life, such as The body should be upright, the eyes should look straight ahead, and the stride should be as slow and large as possible, and the upper limbs should swing back and forth when walking.

2. Facial movement exercise: Parkinson’s disease patients often have stiff facial muscles, resulting in dull facial expressions. Therefore, it is necessary to do some facial movement exercises. Common such as frowning movements, bulging cheeks exercise, smiling in the mirror, teething exercises and so on.

3 Lower limb exercise: Common exercise methods such as bending over, wall stretching, Indian cross-legged sitting, V-shaped leg stretching, etc.

4. Balance motor function exercise: This exercise is aimed at Parkinson’s patients with postural reflex disorders.

(1) The patient’s feet are separated by 25-30 cm, and they move left, right, front and back, keeping the center of gravity.

(2) The patient’s trunk and pelvis rotate left and right, and the upper limbs swing accordingly, which has a good effect on balancing posture and relieving muscle tension.

Patients with Parkinson’s are advised to seek medical attention in time and receive treatment under the guidance of a professional doctor. Develop training plans according to specific conditions to avoid adverse consequences.