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Brynn Adamson, Matthew Adamson, Dominique Kinnett-Hopkins, and Robert Motl

themes related to the research question carried throughout the interview subsets: Constant Vigilance: I should Exercise; Exercise as Productivity and Social Engagement; and Exercise as Medicine and/or Self-Care. A table of exemplary quotes and theme descriptions can be found in Supplementary Table S1

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Charlotte Woods, Lesley Glover, and Julia Woodman

Clinical Practice, 31, 308 – 314 . PubMed ID: 29705473 doi:10.1016/j.ctcp.2018.03.009 10.1016/j.ctcp.2018.03.009 Woodman , J. , Ballard , K. , Hewitt , C. , & MacPherson , H . ( 2018 ). Self-efficacy and self-care-related outcomes following Alexander technique lessons for people with chronic

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Samantha M. Ross, Justin A. Haegele, Bridgette M. Schram, and Sean Healy

, communicating, remembering or concentrating, or with self-care, even with the use of assistive devices. 3 Adults with functional disabilities tend to experience poorer health than those without disabilities 4 and can be at greater risk for developing chronic conditions, such as cardiovascular disease

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Anna Kavoura, Alex Channon, and Marja Kokkonen

. Whenever possible, participants employed social change strategies that relied on them creating their own alternative inclusive sport spaces, raising visibility of transgender issues, and intervening when being confronted with gender imbalances and stereotypes. However, other times they drew on self-care

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Nicole Jones, Kelsey M. Rynkiewicz, and Stephanie M. Singe

Key Points ▸ The WLB and QOL of collegiate athletic trainers have been impacted by COVID-19. ▸ Concerns over state of mental health were expressed by the participants. ▸ Athletic trainers would benefit from self-care practices and active WLB maintenance. The COVID-19 pandemic significantly impacted

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Marlene A. Dixon

new skill or broaden our capacity? In the end, if we are to sustain a thoughtful contribution, avoiding burnout in any realm, we must fight well to tend to the creative, the playful, the relaxing, and the self-care that keeps us lively, sustained, and truly balanced in our heart and soul. Faithfulness

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Audrey G. Evers, Jessica A Somogie, Ian L. Wong, Jennifer D. Allen, and Adolfo G. Cuevas

resources and insufficient coping skills. Cosh and Tully ( 2015 ) suggested that student athletes need more skills related to self-care and time management to better deal with the challenges of being a student athlete. College administrations have made an effort to provide resources to address mental health

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Daniel Wadsworth, Janet Turnbull, and Sally Lark

dimensions (mobility, self-care, activity, pain/discomfort, and anxiety/depression) and an overall health status score. The Barthel Index Questionnaire is an ordinal scale used to measure performance in activities of daily living ( Mahoney & Barthel, 1965 ) as an assessment of daily functionality. The

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John Cooper, Barbara Stetson, Jason Bonner, Sean Spille, Sathya Krishnasamy, and Sri Prakash Mokshagundam

Background:

This study assessed physical activity (PA) in community dwelling adults with Type 2 diabetes, using multiple instruments reflecting internationally normed PA and diabetes-specific self-care behaviors.

Methods:

Two hundred and fifty-three Black (44.8%) and White (55.2%) Americans [mean age = 57.93; 39.5% male] recruited at low-income clinic and community health settings. Participants completed validated PA self-report measures developed for international comparisons (International Physical Activity Questionnaire Short Form), characterization of diabetes self-care (Summary of Diabetes Self-Care Activities Measure; SDSCA) and exercise-related domains including provider recommendations and PA behaviors and barriers (Personal Diabetes Questionnaire; PDQ).

Results:

Self-reported PA and PA correlates differed by instrument. BMI was negatively correlated with PA level assessed by the PDQ in both genders, and assessed with SDSCA activity items in females. PA levels were low, comparable to previous research with community and diabetes samples. Pain was the most frequently reported barrier; females reported more frequent PA barriers overall.

Conclusions:

When using self-report PA measures for PA evaluation of adults with diabetes in clinical settings, it is critical to consider population and setting in selecting appropriate tools. PA barriers may be an important consideration when interpreting PA levels and developing interventions. Recommendations for incorporating these measures in clinical and research settings are discussed.

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Sandra O'Brien Cousins

This study analyzed older women's (age 57–92, N = 32) descriptions of motivating triggers for physical activity. Among active women, activity was triggered by situations such as declining fitness levels, low bone density, more free time, fears about inadequate health care leading to self-care, expectations for reduced aches and pains, awareness of new community programs, and public reports of the health benefits. Semiactive women had doubts about the appropriateness of being active. Inactive people also experienced triggers but seemed firmly committed to a less active lifestyle by reminding themselves that retirement requires no commitments, exercise is not needed if you are healthy, exercise is not appropriate if you are ill, being very busy is a substitute activity, and serving others is less selfish. The findings suggest that active-living interventions might be more effectively aimed at semi active seniors who seem positively disposed to participating but need help to get started or to stay involved.