Spine Care

The spine is one of the most important parts of your body. Without it, you can’t keep yourself upright or even stand up. Your spine gives your body structure and support. It allows you to move and bend. The spine also protects your spinal cord. The spinal cord is the column of nerves that connects your brain with the rest of your body, allowing you to control your movements. Without a spinal cord, you can't move any part of your body, and your organs can't function.

Joint Care

Joints have a lifetime of wear and tear and there are many factors, such as nutrition, vitamins for joint health and genetics, which determine how well our joints cope with the stress and strain of daily life. Our customers benefit from our wide range of joint care supplements as well as from our other supplements for healthy joints. If you choose to buy joint supplements Kalphealthcare use only the finest ingredients.

Sports Injuries Care

Sports injuries are painful, and they’re one of the quickest ways to sideline a good player. No matter what sport you play or how you managed to hurt yourself, the treatment and time it takes to heal from an injury are often similar.

Acute muscle injuries happen when you suddenly stretch a muscle beyond its level of elasticity. This can occur on a sports field or in your own backyard.

Pre-Post Natal

Benefits of exercise during pregnancy

  • Boost your energy
  • Sleep better
  • Reduce pregnancy better
  • Prepare for child birth
  • Reduce stress and lift your sprits
  • Improve your self-image
  • Get your body back faster after childbirth

 

Post Natal Care

Any exercise program after the birth of a baby should start slowly, particularly after a caesarean delivery; creating time to exercise is also a common concern for new mothers.

Regular exercise has numerous health benefits, all of which apply equally to the new mother as at any stage of life. These benefits include assistance with weight loss, increased aerobic fitness, social interaction and psychological wellbeing. Exercise after giving birth can also hasten recovery and assist with muscles strength and toning.

 

The benefits of postnatal exercise 

Exercising after you have your baby can improve your physical and mental well-being.

  • Daily exercise can help restore muscles strength and firm up your body.
  • Exercise can make you less tired because it raises your energy level and improves your sense of well-being.
  • Promotes weight loss.
  • Improves your cardiovascular fitness and restore muscle strength.
  • Conditions your abdominal muscles
  • improves your mood, relieve stress and help prevent postpartum depression

When to start:

Check with your doctor before starting an exercise program. You should start when you feel up to it.

If you had a caesarean birth, a difficult birth or complication it may take a little longer to feel ready to start exercising. If you did not exercise during pregnancy, start with easy exercise and slowly build up harder ones.

Keep in mind your lower back, buttocks and abdominal muscles are weaker than they used to be. Your ligaments and joints are more supple and pliable, so it is easier to injuries yourself by stretching o twisting too much. Avoid any high impact exercise or sports that require rapid direction changes

Breastfeeding studies have shown that vigorous or regular exercise does not have adverse effects on a mother’s ability to successfully breast feed as long as fluid and caloric intake are maintained.