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Título: Psychological well-being and perception of disease severity in people with multiple sclerosis, who underwent a program of self-regulation to promote physical activity
Autor: Pedro, Luísa
Pais-Ribeiro, José Luís
Pinheiro, João Páscoa
Palavras-chave: Physiotherapy
Rehabilitation
Multiple sclerosis
Psychological well-being
Physical activity
Data: Jan-2015
Citação: Pedro L, Pais Ribeiro JL, Pinheiro JP. Psychological well-being and perception of disease severity in people with multiple sclerosis, who underwent a program of self-regulation to promote physical activity. In ICPTRS 2015 – 17th International Conference on Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Sciences, Paris (France), 23-24 January 2015.
Resumo: Rehabilitation is very important for in the results of treatment in individuals with multiple sclerosis. Rehabilitation processes occur through gradual changes. These changes integrate intrinsic and extrinsic mechanisms of the individual, promoting adaptations to the needs and activities of daily living according to individual goals. Recommendations for exercise in multiple sclerosis: these recommendations apply only to patients with EDSS less than 7; moderate intensity aerobic exercise for a total of 20 to 30 minutes, twice or three times for week; the resistance training with low or moderate intensity is well tolerated by patients with MS; associated with these exercises were recommended flexibility exercises of moderate intensity, as well as strengthening exercises. The aim of this study is to examine the implications of the program of self-regulation in the perception of illness and mental health (psychological well-being domain) in multiple sclerosis patients.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.21/4751
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