A facial fitness programme is designed to make you more comfortable and attractive by improving your muscles, improving your posture and increasing your flexibility.
It is widely touted as the best way to boost your confidence and boost your physical performance, and it is being used by many celebrities and top athletes.
But there are concerns about the risks of using it.
The Federal Government is also looking at whether it should restrict facial fitness to adults, rather than teenagers.
A recent report by the Australian Academy of Sports Medicine found that people with a low physical fitness are more likely to have depression and anxiety, as well as lower self-esteem, lower self esteem, and lower self worth.
Dr James Fries, a paediatrician at the Children’s Hospital of Western Australia, says it is not just teenagers who may suffer.
“A lot of young people who have been through a lot of pain and trauma and have a lot more of a need for support and a lot less of that from their families, it could be the case that that’s what’s happening,” he said.
‘Don’t be afraid to try new things’There are a range of facial fitness programmes that have been tested in the past and have been found to work.
For example, the Facial Fitness program by American company Sport Fitness is designed for people aged 16 to 30.
Its founder, Michael Roch, says the aim of Facial Fit is to help young people to gain confidence and improve their posture and flexibility.
“They have to try a variety of things, but they can’t just try and go and have the most advanced facial fitness plan, or the most complicated plan, and be successful in it,” he told ABC Radio Perth.
Mr Roch says Facial Health is designed specifically for people with depression, anxiety, eating disorders, and body image issues.
He says it helps with self-confidence, self-image and reduces stress.
While Facial Exercise is for people between the ages of 16 and 24, Dr Fries says it can be effective for people over 60.
“I think most people that age are pretty physically fit, so I think that’s the kind of person that would benefit from Facial exercise,” he explained.
People aged between 18 and 45 are generally more likely than those aged under 18 to have some type of physical or emotional disability, and many people do not have access to physical exercise equipment, Dr Roch said.
Dr Fries said it was important to remember that it was still early days in facial fitness.
“We know that there’s a lot that needs to be done before this will be a viable option,” he says.
We need to make sure that people who are in these areas are educated about it and given the tools to do it safely and effectively,” he added.