PMany can cut the risk of fifth falls by practicing Tai Chi and other exercise programs, suggests research.
A study by Oxford University showed that the elderly people had less chance of improving the strength of enrolled in fitness classes with potentially deadly injuries.
In the study, with 108 tests, 23,407 participants, which have the objective of improving the balance and functionality, have been a dangerous percentage of 23 per cent.
The average age in the study was 76 years, in the three quarters of women.
Tests live in pensioners living in the home, in returnees or shelter.
Revisions were performed by physiotherapists to perform exercise programs or at home. Exercises were carried out above all, that is, improving the balance and improving the daily activities, such as a low chair or climbing stairs.
On average, those who participated in all exercise programs only had 23 percent fewer drops, because Tai Chi found a 19 percent drop in the rate of decline.
The experts thought it was clear that it was not like dancing and walking exercises, which did not focus on balance, could cut the risk of descent.