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Balance exercises treatment is a form of physical exercises that help an individual to maintain his balance and confidence at any age. It is especially important for elderly people, because it helps them to prevent falls and maintain an impressive level of independence. Some of the most common exercises for balance that are very often prescribed by physiotherapists to improving your balance and lower body strength are standing on one foot, walking heel to toe, balance walk, back leg raises and side leg raises. Balance exercises can be done anywhere, anytime and as many times as you like. But make sure what whenever you're doing these exercises for balance, you have something sturdy nearby to support you in case you lose your balance and become unsteady. It's best to start off practising these exercises near a wall or keep a chair by your side that'll help you to work on your balance safely. It's best to practise these exercises for two or more days in a week or as directed by your physician but never on two subsequent days in a row. While working out, always wear loose and comfortable clothes and also keep a bottle of water handy. Never try to break the ice on the very first day. Start slowly and then gradually try to increase the repetitions of each exercise over time. These exercises are great for vertigo treatment, and works wonderfully well in improving your body awareness, hand-eye and brain coordination, joint stability, agility and long term health. And as far as the treatment cost is concerned, that largely depends on your physical fitness trainer or the physiotherapist.