As a health and fitness professional, Sophia tells us that boxing is not about fighting, she believes that with the proper guidance and precautions, boxing can be an empowering and beneficial form of exercise for people living with chronic conditions like hydrocephalus.
College is an exciting time for many students but it can also be overwhelming, as students transition to a more independent lifestyle with new academic and social pressures. It can be a lot for some students, but many colleges are actively working to provide holistic support to student health and wellness.
After having brain surgery, eating nutrient-dense foods that support your brain can promote healing. Learn more about the 9 foods that can help nourish brain health.
In this blog, Bethany Holmes, Certified Integrative Health Coach, and Reiki Practitioner discusses how to reconnect, trust, love, and heal your body after trauma.
Extracurricular Activities and Hobbies: The Positive Effect They Have for Individuals with Disabilities
People with disabilities can benefit greatly by taking part in hobbies and extracurricular activities. Here are some tips to help you identify the activity that’s right for you.
Trish recommends finding an activity to help you challenge both your mind and body and have fun while doing it! Read more about her exercise tips for NPH patients.
When it comes to treating balance issues that attend Parkinson’s and other brain and balance disorders such as hydrocephalus and aging, there’s only so much medication can do.