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The Health Concerns That Can Impact Mobility In Your Future: Revealed

The Health Concerns That Can Impact Mobility In Your Future: Revealed

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When it comes to our health, we can take feeling well for granted. But when something starts to affect our health we can suddenly become all too aware of how fragile we really are. Many health issues can affect us in different ways, mentally and physically. But it’s concerns that affect our mobility that can cause us the most issue for living our lives moving forward. While sometimes we can’t predict when problems are going to strike, or what our children might be born with, it’s worth it to be aware of some of the health concerns that could have an impact on our families mobility. If anything, just to have the awareness. 


Arthritis is a common condition that many of us will struggle with at some point in our lives. It causes pain and inflammation in a joint. Which of course, could then stop us in our tracks when it comes to movement. Arthritis can strike whether you are a child, an adult, or in the later years of your life. Some of the most common areas to suffer from arthritis in tends to be the spine, your hands, knees or your hips. It can be eased with medication, but it is something that never goes away. Symptoms include pain in the joints and also a loss of movement in a normal capacity. In some cases you may need the help of a scooter to get your around, when things are at their worse. This is when companies like Mobility Connect can help. The last thing you want is something physical like this to stop you in your tracks, especially if mentally things are still all fine and healthy. 

Heart Defects

While the heart is being developed in the womb when you are a baby, it may not develop as it should and cause a heart defect. This can go undetected for some time but could cause added pressure on the organ, or issues going forward in life. Your heart is one of the hardest working muscles in your body so mobility can be affected if it isn’t performing to full capacity. 

Cerebral Palsy

The term cerebral palsy is used to describe a group of chronic conditions which affects the body’s movements and muscle coordination. It also affects the brain in which some of these conditions are then developed. It can have a significant impact on your mobility. It’s often something that is picked up in young children and babies, but it isn’t something that can be ruled or confirmed at this time. 

Spina Bifida

This condition is something that affects the neural tubes to your brain, when the defects means the incomplete development of certain parts of the brain then this is what could cause Spina Bifida. This tends to be something that develops when the baby is developing in the womb, and the spine isn’t formed as it should. Affecting not only the tubes in the spine but also the protective casings surrounding the main veins and tubes. 

Let’s hope this has made you more aware of some of the health concerns that could cause an impact on mobility. 

Disclosure – This is a collaborative post.