Reduces the risk of injury and promotes flexibility. 4. Identify areas of your body in which you have experienced muscle soreness due to vigorous activity. I have received arm soreness due to vigorous activity. Part II: Design a Warm-up for Your Personal Needs For each of the following, describe what you will do to prepare your body for the activity that you selected in Part 1, #1.
4. Identify areas of your body in which you have experienced muscle soreness due to vigorous activity. After I finish running or any sport that requires vigorous activity I feel muscle soreness in my legs and sometimes my arms. Part II: Design a Warm-up for Your Personal Needs For each of the following, describe what you will do to prepare your body for the activity that you selected in Part 1, #1. 1.
You also need to take into account all the factors of your age and how many times that you go for a massage. For example if you have muscle pain and you have a massage and it helps but it comes back it would be good if you have more than one and get behind massage. My big opinion on massage is that I am behind it and me myself believes that massage does work and it helps people in different ways and if you are feeling stressed that’s the way to help get all your stress levels down. Hypnotheraphy
3.Why is the cool-down phase of your training program important? Cooling down reduces the risk of injury and promotes flexibility. 4.Identify areas of your body in which you have experienced muscle soreness due to vigorous activity. My legs and back. Part II: Design a Warm-up for Your Personal Needs For each of the following, describe what you will do to prepare your body for the activity that you selected in Part 1, #1.
Directions for Training Principles-Cardio Fitness Assignment Purpose: To gain a better understanding of how to apply the principles of training to the development of cardiovascular fitness. Procedure: Perform the physical activities listed below and complete the questions as directed. Safety Concerns: Heat exhaustion and stroke are real dangers when performing this type of activity. Walking is the least intense, jogging is moderate intensity, and running is the highest intensity. After the jogging phase, if your heart rate is over 185 beats per minute then rest before attempting the running portion.
Medication would be the primary method of pain control, but other methods are often effective. Physiotherapy and biofeedback are commonly used to reduce chronic pain. Thermo-pad heat packs often provide temporary relief for mild pain. For bedridden patients, pressure redistribution mattresses and hourly repositioning are used to prevent pressure ulcers and bed sores. 1.3 Outline agreed ways of working that relate to managing pain and discomfort.
Nursing-sensitive indicators were established by the American Nurses Association to identify structures of care and care processes, both of which in turn influence care outcomes (Montalvo, 2007, No. 3, Manuscript 2). The nursing staff caring for Mr. J could have provided better quality care had they had an understanding of these nursing-sensitive indicators. Due to Mr. J’s history of mild dementia and his drowsiness related to receiving pain medication, the nursing staff opted to apply restraints in order to keep Mr. J safe, which interfered with his care. However, with an understanding of nursing-sensitive indicators, the staff may have used evidenced-based practice in deciding the plan of care for Mr. J.
A Review of Experimental Treatments For Chronic Wounds A. Crockett May 27, 2011 Acute Nursing: NRSG 321 Instructor: Karen Tetz, RN, PhD Walla Walla University A Review of Experimental Treatment For Chronic Wounds Introduction Chronic wounds are difficult to treat (Lo, Chang, Hu, Mayter & Chang, 2009). The incidence of some types of chronic wounds, such as venous leg ulcers, approaches 2% in the general population (Schmutz et al., 2008). Best practice methods for treating such wounds exist, but researchers are always searching for new and better ways to treat them. Improving healing time and decreasing wound size in such wounds by use of alternative treatments can produce new best practice methods. Research
An example, would be a person whose job causes them a lot of stress, or an individual that does not have the means to eat healthy. For a person with a stressful job, looking for a new position with less stress is an option but if that is not possible, then incorporating stress relieving techniques such as walking or practicing yoga daily will help. For individuals that struggle with access to healthy food, they can check if there is assistance available in their area. There are two medications that are made specifically for people with IBS. One is for people with diarrhea predominant IBS and the other is for people that suffer from serious constipation.
1.0 ARTICLE FROM DIFFEREN SOURCES ON EXERCISE 1.1 BOOK THE ROLE OF EXERCISE IN THE PROMOTION OF GOOD HEALTH There is much research to support the belief that appropriate forms of physical activity can reduce the risk and severity of many disorder (Hardman, 1996); in addition, exercise is reported to help control of related problems such as stress. Therefore, inactivity itself is considered to be a health risk by many authorities (Blair et al., 1995), who recommend the participation in appropriate forms of exercise as a means of promoting or maintaining health (Astrand and Grimby, 1986; Fentem et al., 1988, 1990; Bouchard, 1989; bouchard et al., 1994). In general, research into the topic of health and exercise aims to determine whether there is a definite relationship between the regular participation in physical activity and the development and maintenance of good health. However, as is often the case with research into human epidemiology, the complexities of disease and the human lifestyle make the reported benefits of exercise difficult to prove without exception. Therefore, whilst there is an undoubted relationship between exercise and health, the proof of the causes and effect is often open to debate.