By Gonçalo Nuno Figueiredo Dias, Micael Santos Couceiro
This ebook provides an research of lively aging and actual job from a multidisciplinary point of view. With descriptions of routines, safely illustrated with images, this e-book indicates that average actual job reduces the superiority of power illnesses linked to ageing, in addition to the danger of morbidity and mortality of the aged. It confirms that workout courses reduce the psychomotor decline, hinder the lack of performance, lack of ability and dementia, and foster major profits in well-being and health and wellbeing, resulting in elevated caliber of lifetime of the elderly.
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Prevention of osteoporosis; 8. Prevention of infections, as well as muscle and joint pains. (ii) Psychological domain: 1. Optimization of cognitive functions; 2. Reduction of stress and anxiety; 3. Improvement of mood. 1 Regular Physical Activity and Healthy Ageing 37 (iii) Social domain: 1. Establishing new relationships and friendships; 2. Social integration among peers; 3. Improvement of intergenerational activity. Nevertheless, physical activity programmes designed for the elderly must be delivered by qualiﬁed professionals and should include the following features (see Geis 2002; Geis and Rubi 2003; Norman 2010): 1.
Active Ageing and Physical Activity: Guidelines, Functional Exercises and Recommendations by Gonçalo Nuno Figueiredo Dias, Micael Santos Couceiro