Water Exercise for Alzheimer's

Regular physical activity is important at any age, but with Alzheimer's it offers additional benefits, especially when performed in water. Studies have shown that creating a water exercise routine can not only improve muscle strength and health, but also improve mood and decrease anxiety. You'll also find balance much easier in the buoyancy of water.

Water exercise can help manage the symptoms of Alzheimer's.

Imagine your own private therapy and exercise pool, installed indoors, just steps away, heated to your desired temperature. No gyms, dirty locker rooms, traveling, just your own private oasis you can use year-round. With regular water exercise at home you'll:

  • Avoid inactivity and weight gain
  • Improve mental well-being
  • Improve overall physical fitness

While water exercise can't stop the progression of Alzheimer's disease, you'll appreciate the healing powers of water while maintaining a regular routine that's comfortable for you and your lifestyle. With 6 types of swimming pools to choose from you are sure to find one that suits your taste and budget.

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