10 Mild Outdoor Activities for Recovering From Injuries

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(Last Updated On: September 4, 2017)

You can begin by walking on soft earth before you tackle the hard surface.

  • Walking regularly is beneficial for your health otherwise as well.
  • Walking strengthens the muscles of your torso, hips, legs, and feet to maintain your body’s upright position. Lying in bed for a long time in a particular position to alleviate the injury affects our spine. Walking helps to increase the spine’s stability.
  • Walking increases the blood circulation in the body. It nourishes the soft tissues while the toxins get delineated.
  • Adding a bit of stretching to walking after a while, helps to loosen the wound up muscles thereby improving the body’s posture and flexibility. This widens your range of movement and reduces chances of further injury.
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Sreedevi Madhavan manages the content at Portea. She has 6 years of experience writing and managing medical content relevant to the patient and physician community. She also writes blogs for self-development, a handiwork of which can be seen at: www.sreedevi96.blog Sreedevi’s motto in life is “Keep learning, as learning keeps us young and dreams keep us alive.”

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