Exercises to Improve Posture for Special Needs

Good posture is something we usually take for granted in our everyday life. We stretch when we get up in bed. We stand up and do our usual chores. We sit down to watch TV or simply relax. Having a good posture is important for everyone. For people with special needs, having a good posture…

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Top Exercises You Can Do Even With Limited Mobility

Can you still exercise with limited mobility? Of course, you can! In fact, being stuck in a wheelchair or having limited movement should not stop you from staying fit and active. Exercising with limited mobility is still possible. Don’t let anybody else tell you otherwise. Most of the time, the only concern you have with…

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Top 5 In-Home Exercises for Low Muscle Tone in Autism

Low muscle tone is a common problem in children with autism. But children on the spectrum are not the only ones affected by the Floppy Baby Syndrome or medically known as hypotonia. Other kids and people belonging to the special populations like those with cerebral palsy and Down syndrome can also become affected with a…

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Workout and Special Diets For Autism

Managing autism symptoms not only require exercise or workouts, but also a balanced and proper diet.   Aside from a lack of physical activity, diet is also another issue among people and children with autism.   The debate has gone on that people with ASD face a unique challenge to achieve physical fitness.   But…

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