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1 Health promotion Prepared by: Dr. Soad Hassan Dr. Soad Hassan Lecturer of Gerontological Nursing

2 Health promotion of the elderly Health promotion is the process of enabling people to increase control over & improve their health by developing their resources to maintain or enhance well being. Health promoting is an action for health using knowledge, communication & understanding Health promoting is an action for health using knowledge, communication & understanding

3 Objectives of health promotion Increase quality and years of healthy life Increase quality and years of healthy life Maintain function Maintain function Eliminate health disparities and independency Eliminate health disparities and independency Improve (enhance) quality of life Improve (enhance) quality of life Extend life expectancy premature mortality caused by chronic& acute diseases Extend life expectancy premature mortality caused by chronic& acute diseases

4 Component of health promotion Component of health promotion 1. Exercise 2. Nutrition 3. Rest & sleep 4. Periodic medical check up 5. High risk behavior 6. Spiritual well-being 7. Psychosocial well-being

5 1- Exercise Benefits of exercise exercise Psychological SocialPhysical

6 Physical benefits of exercise 1) Consumption of body fat 2) Improve cardio-vascular capacity( by blood flow----- keep tissue healthy 3) Control hypertension& blood sugar 4) Improve respiratory function 5) Improve joint flexibility 6) Improve pattern of sleep & rest 7) independency 8) Improve sense of well – being & relaxation 9) Maintain mind s function 10) Promote sense of normality 11) Peristaltic movement

7 Psychological benefits of exercise 1. Improve mood state 2. Improve self-image 3. Reduce stress 4. Enhance sleep 5. Improve depressive state of elderly

8 Social benefits of exercise Improve social interaction & relation with other Improve social interaction & relation with other

9 Types of exercise IsotonicIsometric

10 Role of the nurse during exercise I- Assessment done at the beginning of exercise program include: 1. History & physical examination (CVS, resp, musculoskeletal & neurological system) 2. Renal & liver function tests 3. ECG,& exercise stress test 4. Assess range of motion & use of assistive devices. 5. Assess environmental hazards II-Set a regular time to exercise each day

11 III- Before starting exercise the nurse should advice the elderly about: Document baseline resting function status (ht &resp rate, bl.sugar) minutes warms up stretching exercise Drink water before and after exercise is important as water will be lost during exercise Clothes worn during exercise should allow for easy movement and perspiration Athletic shoes provide both support and protection Outdoor exercise should be avoided in extremely hot or cold weather.

12 1. Enclosed shopping malls are sheltered places for walking during the extreme weather or when there are concerns about neighborhood safety. 2. Exercising with a partner provides both encouragement to continue exercising and safety. 3. Nurse should advice the older adults to stop exercising and seek help if they experiences chest pain or tightness, shortness of breath, dizziness, or palpitation during exercise.

13 During exercise Monitor heart & resp. rate Monitor heart & resp. rate Stop exercise if elderly has fatigue, chest pain orheart & resp. rate Stop exercise if elderly has fatigue, chest pain orheart & resp. rate After exercise: 10 minutes cooling up at end of exercise 10 minutes cooling up at end of exercise Monitor pulse rate during cooling for returning to resting ht. rate Monitor pulse rate during cooling for returning to resting ht. rate

14 2- Nutrition It is neglected especially those living alone or with low income. Factors affecting nutritional status: 1) Age related changes 2) Psychosocial factors 3) Economic factors 4) Cultural factors

15 Age related changes Taste & smell Taste & smell Visual acuity Visual acuity Loss of teeth & poor fitting denture Loss of teeth & poor fitting denture Gastric secretion influence in absorption of B12, folic acid& iron. Gastric secretion influence in absorption of B12, folic acid& iron. Food remain longer time in stomach + gastric secretion will lead to indigestion &feeling of fullness. Food remain longer time in stomach + gastric secretion will lead to indigestion &feeling of fullness.

16 Psychosocial factors Depression is common ( losses, death, retirement, change of body appearance, impaired vision &poor physical fitness) this will lead to lack of interest in eating& anorexia and food intake. Depression is common ( losses, death, retirement, change of body appearance, impaired vision &poor physical fitness) this will lead to lack of interest in eating& anorexia and food intake. Living alone also will lead to lack of incentive to cook &eat. Living alone also will lead to lack of incentive to cook &eat.

17 Economic Factors Low income Low income Limited access to food and food choices Limited access to food and food choices Inadequate facilities to food storage and preparation Inadequate facilities to food storage and preparation

18 Cultural factors Eating habits may miss certain food group as vegetarians. Eating habits may miss certain food group as vegetarians.

19 Nutritional requirement of elderly 1- Calories Caloric requirement diminished by 10% in age years and by 20-25% in age more than 75 years. Caloric requirement diminished by 10% in age years and by 20-25% in age more than 75 years. N.B: Fat yield 9 cal/gram, CHO and protein yield 4 cal/gram, mineral and water yield no calories N.B: Fat yield 9 cal/gram, CHO and protein yield 4 cal/gram, mineral and water yield no calories

20 2- Protein requirement 0.8 g/kg body wt 0.8 g/kg body wt A balanced diet of a healthy elderly should contain 12-14% of total caloric intake. A balanced diet of a healthy elderly should contain 12-14% of total caloric intake. During infection, stress, trauma protein to 1.6 or 1.5 g/kg body wt During infection, stress, trauma protein to 1.6 or 1.5 g/kg body wt

21 3-Fat requirement Fat either saturated or unsaturated Fat either saturated or unsaturated Total fat intake limited to 30 % or less of total energy intake Total fat intake limited to 30 % or less of total energy intake Saturated fat limited to 10-15% of total energy intake Saturated fat limited to 10-15% of total energy intake Dietary cholesterol intake limited to 300mg/ day or less Dietary cholesterol intake limited to 300mg/ day or less

22 4- Carbohydrates requirement CHO is essential for maintaining normal bl. glucose level & preventing protein break down. CHO is essential for maintaining normal bl. glucose level & preventing protein break down. 50% of total calories---- CHO 50% of total calories---- CHO Simple CHO as sugar, honey ( avoided) Simple CHO as sugar, honey ( avoided) Complex CHO as vegetables, grains, fruits Complex CHO as vegetables, grains, fruits Complex CHO has vit, minerals, fibers which help in bowel elimination& bl. cholesterol level. Complex CHO has vit, minerals, fibers which help in bowel elimination& bl. cholesterol level.

23 5-Fluid intake Elderly at high risk for dehydration due to: 1. Thirst sensation 2. Inadequate fluid intake ( cc/day) required 3. Some medications, such as for high blood pressure or anti-depressants, and diuretic 4. Some medications may cause patients to sweat more 5. Frail seniors have a harder time getting up to get a drink when theyre thirsty, or they rely on caregivers who cant sense that they need fluids 6. As we age our bodies lose kidney function and are less able to conserve fluid (this is progressive from around the age of 50, but becomes more acute and noticeable over the age of 70) 7. Illness, especially one that causes vomiting and/or diarrhea, also can cause elderly dehydration

24 6- Vitamins & mineral requirements Calcium:---for mineralization of bone &has a role in blood & cardiac function. Calcium:---for mineralization of bone &has a role in blood & cardiac function. Daily requirement 1200 mg./day if there is no contraindications Daily requirement 1200 mg./day if there is no contraindications Vitamin D : needed for calcium absorption& metabolism. Vitamin D : needed for calcium absorption& metabolism. Exposure 15 minutes/day to sun is enough Exposure 15 minutes/day to sun is enough

25 Nurse Role Assessment involves: nutritional history, physical examination, anthropometric measurements, biochemical evaluation, cognitive & mood evaluation Assessment involves: nutritional history, physical examination, anthropometric measurements, biochemical evaluation, cognitive & mood evaluation Health history related to nutrition Health history related to nutrition Anthropometric measurement Anthropometric measurement Client and family education Client and family education

26 Dietary guideline for old persons Eat a variety of food Eat a variety of food Maintain a healthy wt Maintain a healthy wt Choose a diet low in fat, Choose a diet low in fat, saturated & cholesterol saturated & cholesterol Choose a diet plenty of Choose a diet plenty of vegetables, fruits & grain products vegetables, fruits & grain products Use sugar & salts in moderate Use sugar & salts in moderate Drink cc/daily Drink cc/daily

27 3- Rest& sleep Person spend 1/3 of his life in sleep Person spend 1/3 of his life in sleep Sleep is time for cell growth& repair Sleep is time for cell growth& repair Elderly need 5-7 hrs at night Elderly need 5-7 hrs at night Importance of Rest& sleep: 1) Conserve energy 2) Provide organ respite (rest) 3) Restore the mental alertness& neurological efficiency 4) Relieve tension 5) Emerge feeling of well being

28 Factors affecting sleeping patterns Age related changes in sleep patterns Age related changes in sleep patterns Internal factors Internal factors External factors External factors

29 Nursing measures adopted to promote sleep Engage in exercise program Avoid exercise within 3-4 hr. of bedtime Spend time out door in the sunlight each day but avoid period between 12 Md to 3 PM sunshine exposure Engage in relaxing activities near bedtime Avoid tobacco at bedtime Avoid drink any caffeinated beverages before mid afternoon Limit fluid intake after the dinner hour if nocturia is a problem Limit daytime naps to 30 minutes or less Avoid using the bed for watching TV, writing bills, and reading.

30 4- Periodic medical examination Importance of Periodic medical examination: 1. Assess elderly level of well-being 2. Detect early signs of disease 3. Educate client how to promote his health 4. Reinforce + ve promoting & protecting behaviors 5. If examination done at home, it permit evaluation of environment ( hazards care giver … )

31 Types of health screening Health screening Period Bl. p Each Dr. visit or 3-6 months Ht & wt Periodically as part of comprehensive physical examination Dental check up Once / year( annually) Fecal occult blood& sigmoidoscopy ( annually) Vision including glaucoma test Every 2 years

32 Health screening Period Hearing Evaluate periodically Cholesterol level Every 5 years Cancer screening Annually Mammography for women under 70 y 1-2 years Digital rectal examination Annually

33 Immunizations VaccinationPeriod Influenza (over 65y) Annually (mid October to mid November) Tetanus & diphtheria Every 10 years Pneumococcal vaccination Once at age 65y, revaccination for high risk fatal pneumonia/6 y

34 5- High Risk Behavior It is behavior that damage physical health. It is behavior that damage physical health. It includes: Over the counter medication (multiple medications ) Over the counter medication (multiple medications ) Smoking Smoking Caffeine Caffeine

35 Smoking Nicotine & toxic substances in cigarette has impact on detoxication process in the body cell damage& variety of diseases as cancer, respiratory, CVD, risk of osteoporosis Nicotine & toxic substances in cigarette has impact on detoxication process in the body cell damage& variety of diseases as cancer, respiratory, CVD, risk of osteoporosis Cessation of smoking improves cerebral blood flow& pulmonary function Cessation of smoking improves cerebral blood flow& pulmonary function

36 Multiple medication Older people consume many medication adverse drug reaction Older people consume many medication adverse drug reaction The most common over the counter medication: Analgesics, laxatives& antacids followed by cough products, eye wash& vitamins. The most common over the counter medication: Analgesics, laxatives& antacids followed by cough products, eye wash& vitamins.

37 Caffeine Found in coffee, tea, soft drinks, chocolate Found in coffee, tea, soft drinks, chocolate It is mood elevator It is mood elevator It stimulates sympathetic nervous system It stimulates sympathetic nervous system motor activity motor activity muscle capacity & alertness muscle capacity & alertness Rapid pulse Rapid pulse calcium excretion calcium excretion

38 6- Spiritual Well- being Spiritual well-being is the practice and philosophy of the integral aspects of mental, emotional and overall wellbeing. Spiritual well-being is the practice and philosophy of the integral aspects of mental, emotional and overall wellbeing. Spiritual well-being Spiritual well-being Spiritual well-being is a state in which the positive aspects of spirituality are experienced, incorporated and lived by the individual and reflected into ones environment. Spiritual well-being is a state in which the positive aspects of spirituality are experienced, incorporated and lived by the individual and reflected into ones environment.spirituality

39 Signs of spiritual distress: Doubt Doubt Despair Despair Guilt Guilt Boredom Boredom Expression of anger toward god Expression of anger toward god

40 Benefits The practice and incorporation of Spiritual Wellbeing into one s life influences and includes benefits for ones; Emotional Wellbeing, Physical Wellbeing, and Mental Wellbeing. The practice and incorporation of Spiritual Wellbeing into one s life influences and includes benefits for ones; Emotional Wellbeing, Physical Wellbeing, and Mental Wellbeing.Emotional WellbeingPhysical WellbeingMental WellbeingEmotional WellbeingPhysical WellbeingMental Wellbeing

41 Some of the measurable benefits that people experience from spiritual wellbeing counseling and groups include: A feeling of being more contented with their lifes situation A feeling of being more contented with their lifes situation Greater enjoyment of self time, finding an inner peace Greater enjoyment of self time, finding an inner peace Greater ability to take control of and resolve their lifes issues Greater ability to take control of and resolve their lifes issues A greater sense of satisfaction in their activities and life situations A greater sense of satisfaction in their activities and life situations Ability to take a more active part in life rather than standing still and watching it pass by Ability to take a more active part in life rather than standing still and watching it pass by Ability to build more intimate, loving and lasting relationships Ability to build more intimate, loving and lasting relationships A greater feeling of purpose and meaning in their life A greater feeling of purpose and meaning in their life

42 Measures to increase Spiritual well being Identify ways that believes give meaning to life Identify ways that believes give meaning to life Use problem solving to solve any conflict related to spirituality Use problem solving to solve any conflict related to spirituality Meeting with religious man at regular intervals Meeting with religious man at regular intervals Presence of religious literatures in the immediate environment such as Quran on beside table Presence of religious literatures in the immediate environment such as Quran on beside table Reading in religious books & praying Reading in religious books & praying Discuss role of spirituality in one s life Discuss role of spirituality in one s life

43 7- Psychosocial Well- being Psychosocial changes may alter an individual relationship with others. Physical wellbeing depend on: Psychosocial wellbeing Psychosocial wellbeing Social structure Social structure Personal relationships Personal relationships In Later years many adjustment are necessary

44 Role of the nurse in health promotion Assessment to his physical health, Psychosocial Well- being, lifestyle pattern, hobbies, high risk behaviors, knowledge, believes& attitudes that affect health & wellbeing. Assessment to his physical health, Psychosocial Well- being, lifestyle pattern, hobbies, high risk behaviors, knowledge, believes& attitudes that affect health & wellbeing. Assess health needs Assess health needs Assess social, environmental & cultural influences on health behaviors Assess social, environmental & cultural influences on health behaviors Lifestyle modifications is a comprehensive approach for effective change in heath promotion behaviors Lifestyle modifications is a comprehensive approach for effective change in heath promotion behaviors

45 Nurse role should directed toward helping elderly to cope with his function level delay disabilities & impairments. Nurse role should directed toward helping elderly to cope with his function level delay disabilities & impairments. Nurse identify environmental hazards & make necessary modifications Nurse identify environmental hazards & make necessary modifications Identify social needs & encourage participation & social support groups. Identify social needs & encourage participation & social support groups. Nurse should inform elderly & caregivers about aging process, common disorders & disabilities, different services available Nurse should inform elderly & caregivers about aging process, common disorders & disabilities, different services available

46 Encourage elderly to take better care to them, avoid high risk behaviors,& hazards affecting their health. Encourage elderly to take better care to them, avoid high risk behaviors,& hazards affecting their health. Regular and continuous evaluation is important aspect of nurse s role. Regular and continuous evaluation is important aspect of nurse s role.

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