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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Can do multiple sclerosis guide to lifestyle empowerment.
New York, NY : Demos Health, ©2013
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|ISBN:||9781617050817 1617050814 9781936303182 1936303183|
Designing a Therapeutic Exercise Program.
|Description:||1 online resource.|
|Contents:||Front Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Contributors; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Introduction; What is can do Multiple Sclerosis?; Lifestyle Empowerment; Setting Goals; Highlight and Underline Strategies; Chapter 1: Motivating and Goal Setting; Use this Chapter as an Anchor; Try Experiential Learning; Take Advantage of Health Care Professionals if you're having Trouble Getting Started; Some Questions to Ponder; The Stages of Change; Sources of Motivation; Goals Versus Plans; Setting a Goal; Making a Plan; Large Goals Verses Small Steps; Account for Changes; Understand your Barriers. Slow your PaceExercise your Options; Damage Control; Reference; Chapter 2: Teamwork for a More Complete Health Care; The Players; MS Centers; Communication; Insurance Issues; The Appointment; Chapter 3: Living With the Challenge; Thinking of MS as a Threat or a Challenge; Diagnosis; Starting Treatment; Interactions with the Health Care System; Disclosing Information about MS; Changes in Functions, Roles, and Responsibilities; Changes in Relationships; Making MS-Related Decisions and Transitions; Invisible Symptoms; Interpersonal Challenges; Coping Styles; Example of Effective Coping. Chapter 4: Mood and CognitionIntroduction; Depression and other Mood Changes; Depression; Recognizing Depression; Treating Depression; Tips for Dealing With Depression; Other Mood Changes in MS; Anxiety; Recognizing Anxiety; Treating Anxiety; Tips for Dealing With Anxiety; Irritability and Temper Outbursts; Pseudobulbar Affect; Cognitive Changes in MS; Recognizing the Types of Cognitive Changes That Can Occur in MS; Diagnosing Cognitive Symptoms; Treating Cognitive Changes; Utilizing the Health Care Team; Recommended Resources; Books; Websites; From the National MS Society; Mood; Cognition. Chapter 5: Symptom ManagementMultiple Approaches can be used to manage many Symptoms; What causes Fatigue in Persons with MS?; How is Primary MS Fatigue Treated?; Other Symptoms; Symptom Management: Sensory; Symptom Management: Weakness; Symptom Management: Tremors/Ataxia; Symptom Management: Vision; Symptom Management: Bowel, Bladder and Sexual Problems; Conclusion; Recommended Reading; Recommended Websites; Chapter 6: Physical Activity and Exercise Programs; Benefits of Exercise in MS; Functional Reserve; Challenges and Opportunities; Aerobic Exercises. Muscular Strength and Flexibility ExercisesExercise Intensity; Exercise Duration and Frequency; Fatigue; Special Considerations for Exercise and MS: Suggestions From an Occupational Therapist; Beat the Heat!; Suggestions From the Exercise Physiologist; Suggestions From the Physical Therapist; Suggestions From the Occupational Therapist; Safety Issues in the Exercise Environment; When MS Symptoms Interfere with your Ability to be Physically Active; Some Disease-Specific Considerations; Weakness/Spasticity; Flexibility/Range of Motion (ROM); Balance and Coordination.|
|Responsibility:||editor Patricia Kennedy.|