Trampolines can be more than toys for children. Many researchers have discovered that trampolines have many rehabilitation benefits. The release of endorphins is stimulated by rebounding exercises. These substances have natural anti-anxiety properties. Studies have shown that endorphins release can improve moods and promote positive attitudes.
These endorphins can also be very beneficial for those suffering from depression and burnout symptoms. The jumps from an in ground trampoline are able to improve cognitive functions like focus, retention, short term memory, and retention. When a person jumps up or down, their spinal muscles also become active.
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This strengthens the back and helps the person achieve better postures. Assistive rebounding therapy can improve the walking ability of stroke patients. This is due to the strengthening of the core muscles and leg muscles during each jump. Because the impact of these jumps is low, they are especially beneficial for clients at high risk who are just recovering from illness.
They don't strain the client's knees or ankle joints. These movements force clients to concentrate on their muscle contractions. They develop better neurologic coordination and musculoskeletal coordination by focusing on their muscles. The movement of the bowel contents is assisted by the gravitational pull.
The gut also experiences an increase in blood flow, which helps the stomach, small and large intestines to contract better. A better blood flow means that oxygen is delivered to all cells, organs and tissues of the body more efficiently.