Statistics have predicted that one out of every three seniors will fall this year. However, more than half of the population will not consult or talk to their primary care physician about it. Falls are the number one leading cause of injuries in seniors that can lead to severe ailments such as hip fractures, lacerations and even brain injuries that could be fatal . Even though every fall that occurs may not result in a serious injury, it may be frightening and leave a negative impression on the memory of the victim. Creating a safe environment in your home space where most falls occur, is a crucial step in protecting your health. In the article below, there are nine simple steps and lifestyle changes that will guide you to keeping your home safe and fall free.