by Dr. Lawrence Wilson
© February 2016, L.D. Wilson Consultants, Inc.
All information in this article is for educational purposes only. It is not for the diagnosis, treatment, prescription or cure of any disease or health condition.
This short article is about the differences between men and women in regard to their balance and coordination, and what can be done about it.
MEN TEND TO BE BETTER COORDINATED THAN WOMEN
Men tend to have better balance, in general, than women. There are exceptions, but in general this is the truth. It may be due to differences in body chemistry, hormone levels, or perhaps differences in their upbringing.
Women need to know this so they do not try to follow men into dangerous situations, or try to compete with men when excellent balance and coordination are required.
WHAT CAN ASSIST WOMENÕS BALANCE AND COORDINATION?
Development. The best answer, in my experience, is for women to develop. This is a very specific process in which the brain increases in capacity, and the immune response improves as well. It also seems to improve a womanÕs balance and coordination.
The only trouble with development is that it takes at least five years of following a complete nutritional balancing program faithfully, or more. In some cases, it can take ten years or even a little longer, depending on a womanÕs health when she began the program. However, it is the best method of improving balance and coordination of which I am aware.
Better general health. This is not as good as development, but it will make a difference. One can begin with getting much more rest, going to bed early, eating many more cooked vegetables and no fruit, no wheat and no sweets. For a greater effect, I suggest the ÔFree ProgramÕ available on this website.
This is an excellent start, and one can easily change to a complete nutritional balancing program if you like the results on the free program.