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Easy to do Exercises for Polyneuropathy


This is what every polyneuropathy patient wants: to walk out again without fear. You can find the right exercises for polyneuropathy to walk and stand safely again on this page. Do you want to improve your quality of life, reduce your symptoms, improve your sense of balance and your performance in everyday life? Do you want to do all this without pills and medication with just a few simple exercises from the comfort of your own home? It is possible with Balance Training. In the next five short videos you will see how and you can follow and start right now at home, in the office, or wherever you are!


To achieve real results you need to understand why training works. In this video you will learn all about how Balance Training can help you. After watching this video you will better understand how the exercises in the other videos function and acheive real results.



We all think at first that with something as complicated as polyneuropathy, you should get help from healthcare professionals instead of taking care of it yourself. However, the problem with polyneuropathy is that there are hardly any medications that help. Furthermore, although physiotherapy is also important and helpful for polyneuropathy, there is simply not enough time to achieve all that much.

Even if physiotherapists try hard, the few appointments you get will hardly be enough time to achieve long-lasting results (here I speak from my own experience).

Every serious therapist will therefore confirm that you have to practice yourself in order to achieve something as the exercises are supposed to trigger a training effect. But this can only happen if you practice often enough. This does not have to be long or physically demanding. The most important thing is that you train the nervous system often enough! And that is only possible if you do it yourself.


Before you start with the exercises for polyneuropathy: Please read below with care. As most polyneuropathy patients ask me, rather alarmed: With my poor balance, should I do exercises too? Below I show you how to do the exercises with double and triple safety so that nothing can happen under any circumstances. This is so that you always improve your balance safely and well protected.

Ideally, you should always stand between a table and an armchair when doing the exercises for polyneuropathy. If you lose your balance, you can hold on to the table. If you fall backwards, you will only fall onto the chair. This minimises the risk of falling. Alternatively, you can stand in a door frame and always keep your hands close to the frame so that you can immediately hold on.

It is very important not to overestimate yourself and not to risk injury when practising!

Do you have any questions?

Anyone who seriously wants to improve their balance will sooner or later have questions ranging from "Am I doing this right?" to "How often can or should I exercise in my condition?" or "What else can I do for myself beyond that?" I regularly answer these questions individually and personally so that my tips and training programs really do fit you personally and are tailor-made. I accompany many PNP patients in this highly individual way. You too are welcome to join me.

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This is one of the most important goals of all: to be able to stand safely again. With only 2 minutes per exercise! Everyone can find the time for this. The more often you incorporate this shortexercise into your everyday life, the faster your balance, body awareness and symptoms will improve. That's what the smartphone is for: check out this article every now and then!


It is important to adapt the difficulty level of the exercises to your abilities. That is why you will find exercises with different levels of difficulty in this video. If an exercise becomes too easy, simply choose the next more difficult one.

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