Aquatic Exercises’ Beneficial Effects on Chronic Pain


Did you know that engaging in aerobic exercises is good for your health? Exercise is necessary to stay healthy and active at any age. Everyone needs access to healthcare and home health service as we grow older. So keeping up a regular workout schedule is essential for your general health.

Swimming is one method to enjoy aerobics. Just two and a half hours a week of aerobic exercise, such as jogging, cycling, or swimming, can lower the risk of developing chronic illnesses, according to the CDC ( The International Journal of Aquatic Research and Education adds that swimmers had a lower chance of death than inactive people. This can also result in improved health for people with diabetes and heart disease 2.

According to a study by Dr. Maria Sykorova Pritz and Dr. Tomas Gregor, Ph.D., (, “the chronic pain population can walk with lower effort through buoyancy. Since water has a far higher resistance than air, the resistance will aid in boosting muscle strength and stamina. Finally, the use of water will provide relaxing passive stretches.

It makes sense that most individuals prefer to exercise in the water to on land. It helps to maintain our body temperature cool while also offering assistance and relief during physical exertion. In the end, this produces a cooling effect on the body and the psyche.

We can help your loved one receive aquatic-based exercises and other forms of therapies to manage pain at Imperial Home Health, a home health care in Victorville, California. We are able to assist your loved ones with their everyday needs, including exercise, under the supervision of our PCAs or CNAs.

Contact us if you need home care in California. We are more than happy to assist!

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