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Children & Balance Problems


Many children when toddlers seem to be uncoordinated and even clumsy, the majority of children’s balance improves as they become older. Some children experience balance disorders. When your child has a disorder which is causing their balance problems they will often have other symptoms. If your child has several of these other symptoms along with balance problems, it is recommended you consult your physician for a possible balance disorder.


  • Vision Problems
  • Seizures
  • Anxiety
  • Stumbling
  • Tripping
  • Frequent Headaches
  • Dizzy
  • Motion Car Sickness
  • Unsteady
  • Vertigo Feelings Of Floating, Rocking, Merry Go Round


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What Is The Cause?


Many times the cause for toddlers to fall down more often than most other children is unknown, the cause of the child’s balance problems is not always easy for a physician to understand. Usually one of the first things a physician will check is inner ear problems, it is possible for a child to have inner ear damage which can affect a child’s balance. Another common reason is a middle ear infection, these are usually the first places a physician will check for a child with this type of problem?


  • Ear, Head, Neck Injuries
  • Medications
  • Hearing Loss
  • Seizure Disorders
  • Low Blood Pressure


Children With Special Needs


Many children with special needs often experiences balance and uncoordinated difficulty, There are several common reasons for this, motor skills development is one of the most common reasons, another common reason is many of these children experience posture stability which affects their balance. These children are known to delayed development which often affects their stability and muscle strength, does your child walk on their toes? When a child walks on their toes they often appear to be clumsy or have a balance problem, observing how your child walks can often be clue to the reason they are having balance issues?


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Balance Toys & Games


  • Balance Boards
  • Stepping Logs
  • Spooner Boards
  • Hoppers
  • Pogo Jumper
  • Trampolines
  • Go Go Handles
  • Balance Pods
  • Musical Toys Promotes Child Dancing
  • Spinning Plates
  • Summer Ski
  • Yoga Wobble Cushion Trainer
  • Floor Surfer
  • Balance Bikes & Trikes


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What Is On My Mind Today?


The first thing which comes to my mind is to give your child extra time to develop if they have special needs, many of these children develop slower than other children their age. If your child shows other symptoms you should consult your physician, hearing and vision problems are the most common causes of children with balance issues. My oldest child has autism, he did take longer to be able to walk than my other children. The toddlers trampoline was very useful for my son, this helped him develop stronger legs since he was not as physically active as my other children. The toddler trampoline has a bar which encouraged my son to pull himself up and sturdy himself and after he was comfortable standing,  he did learn to bounce. There are many balance products on the market for your child today, these are worth investing in and have helped many children with balance problems.





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  • Shelly says:

    The toddler trampoline is a great idea to help with a toddler’s balance. I like the extra safety feature of the bar. My baby is not quite a toddler yet but she is beginning to stand on her own. She probably needs several more months before she is ready for a trampoline. What are the age requirements for the trampoline?

    • admin says:

      Thank You

      The toddler trampoline is a very good choice of a product to help a child develop better balance, the age usuall is around two or three depending on the child. 


  • Crystal Doc says:

    Thanks for the trampoline suggestion. Great idea.

    My friends baby is not disabled but he is overweight and has awful balance. He turn two on Monday and the party is tomorrow. I wish I had seen this earlier so that I could have gotten him one for his birthday.

    I am going to suggest this to her

    • admin says:

      Thank You Crystal Doc.

      I thank you for sharing with me and my readers your comment today, maybe you could put the trampoline on your list for a possible XMas gift for your friend’s baby? I am sorry to hear your friend’s baby is overweight and experience balance problems, some babies do have excess weight until they start walking and are more active. Suggest in a nice way to your friend to consider more active toys for her baby, many children today are not active enough due to our technology addiction.

      Wish Your Friend’s Baby A Happy Birthday From Me,


  • Amy says:

    This is a great article and I am happy I found it. My niece has balance issues due to some medication she is on, and I never thought about getting her a mini trampoline or some musical toys. Your post really served to shed some light on something usually very upsetting. Thanks for the great suggestions!

    • admin says:

      Thank You Amy

      I am very happy to hear my article was useful for you, many children are experiencing health issues such as balance problems due to medications and health issues. By gradually using toys which will improve their balance is our best strategy, I wish your niece to improve with her balance very soon.


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