Athletic Stretching Exercises
The child's bedroom should be moved to the first floor if possible, and rugs need to be removed to facilitate mobility. Rubber-soled shoes help prevent slipping. As the disease progresses, home care equipment may be necessary for assistance with mobility and activities of daily living. Nursing interventions are directed toward preventing contractures and encouraging independence and normal development. The patient needs to be monitored for a tendency toward contracture development and range-of-motion exercises instituted as a preventive measure. Stretching exercises and splinting of the arms and legs at night help to slow the progression of contractures. Assist the child and family in developing a plan for both active and passive range-of-motion exercises to do daily help make reminder sheets so exercises are consistently done.
Men with a disability are less likely to engage in physical activity than men who are not physically challenged, but they have the same need for exercise. Remember that physical activity doesn't have to be strenuous to achieve health benefits. You can attain significant benefits with moderate, daily activity. First, you should consult your doctor before beginning an exercise program. Ask him or her if it would be safe for you to spend 30 to 40 minutes each day wheeling yourself in your wheelchair through a shopping mall. Wheelchair basketball is another option that would provide excellent exercise and would vary your routine. You can also lift hand weights and do stretching exercises with your arms to build upper-body strength and flexibility. Check with a local YMCA or community center to see what exercise programs may be available for people who are physically challenged.
Many possible exercise programs are possible for people with MS. They may include stretching exercises, walking, running, and a range of other exercises that may be appropriate for all levels of physical functioning. Hydrotherapy, or aquatic therapy, refers to exercising in water. This form of exercise is especially well-suited for some people with MS because water eliminates the risk of injuries from falling, and cool water may prevent body warming while exercising. In addition, exercise may be obtained by using unconventional approaches, such as yoga and t'ai chi, both of which are discussed elsewhere in this book.
This relationship is usually used to check model hypothesis as well as the validity of algorithms. The ratio r , which provides a more quantitative description of chain extension, has also been investigated. A random walk is identified by a value of r 6 and a fully stretched polymer is characterized by r 12. When a SAW chain is considered r is close to 6.3. The effects of k-1 and N on r are presented in Fig. 2 r increases with k-1 and reaches a plateau value when k-1 Ree. Whatever the ionic concentration, polyelectrolytes never reach the limit r 12. This is due to the fact that thermal energy always causes movements and, in turn, local chain deformations. When k-1 is less than the distance of separation between charges along the chain backbone, r converges to 6.3. Short chains have the largest deviation from the ideal value of r, which is expected to be more representative of chains with infinite sizes. Subsequently, short chains are less stretched in the salt-free case and more...
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