IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF LIFE IN EARLY PEOPLE WITH DIABET
Keywords:kinesitherapy, ergotherapy, elderly people, diabetes, quality of life
The exercise of regular physical activity aims to maintain muscles in good condition, to prevent the possible occurrence of inactive hypotrophies or contractions, to activate the various types of modulating descending control (pain suppression), to achieve and maintain the emotional tone of the patient. We recommend general exercises, analytical and functional gymnastics; stretching; passive mobilizations; kinesitherapy, non-competitive games, field treatment, dosed tourism and moderate exercise (mostly aerobic exercise): walking, swimming, cycling - at moderate intensity (up to 60 W), recreational activities and art-therapy with a duration of 2-3 hours. The subject of the study was 120 diabetic patients, with anthropometric measurements and a Daily Activity Test before and after rehabilitation. Rehabilitation events are applied depending on the motor skills. The activities were twice a week with a duration of 50 minutes, with active participation of the students during the clinical practice. Achieved results on improving daily activities and the gait stability confirm the thesis that exercise of regular physical activity in diabetic patients maintains well muscles, prevents complications in the nervous system and the locomotory system.