Why Is My Foot If I Walk Unbalanced?
Hello good night. Sorry to disturb my time Tiara I’m 15 years old. I want to ask why I stumble so often huh? For example if there are many holes on the road sometimes I trip or my right leg falls on its right side? I often feel falling since high school I just happened to be in 10th grade. I joined the post-extracurricular activities. If I line up, I will experience a lack of balance, as if I go forward, I will definitely be unbalanced, my legs will be tilted, then my body will tilt into a bit, right? marching competition. why yes? Please explain, I have often exercised how often I jog often In the morning and evening. I really want to become a member of Paskibraka and I want to pass the selection. Am I lacking in balance or what? Thank you 🙂
Good morning Tiara, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. The balance or coordination of the body is regulated by many parts. When a person's body coordination is disrupted, there may be interference with the following parts:
Structural abnormalities of the limbs, can be due to heredity or certain accidents
Disorders of the central nervous system such as the brain
Disorders of the center of balance located in the inner ear
Disruption during development
However, if the complaint is due to something that is indeed fundamental, such as developmental disorders or structural abnormalities, you should not have just experienced it when high school, or at least preceded by an event in advance such as an accident, do not just come. So we think you need to check yourself to a general practitioner first for an examination. Your doctor will mainly see how you walk, and you can also practice the position of your feet when you complain you often stumble. Your doctor may measure the length of your legs and see if there are any bends and if a certain tendency is found, you may be referred to the relevant specialist for further examination and appropriate treatment.
In the meantime, try to do more coordination exercises, such as jump rope, walk in a straight line, stand on one leg in turn, and do postkibra movements that you find difficult at home. So, hopefully answering your question.