Search Results

1 - 10 of 194 items :

  • Quality of life x
Clear All
Quality of Life Indicators of University Students in Hungary

egészségtudata és az egészséggel kapcsolatos életminőség mutatói/ Pannon University students’ health consciousness founding their fitness and the indicators of their quality of life related to health/. Magyar Sporttudományi Szemle/ Hungarian Review of Sport Science/, 49, 4-10. Falus, I., Olle, J. (2008). Az empirikus kutatások gyakorlata /Practice of Empirical Research/. Budapest: Nemzeti Tankönyvkiadó Zrt /National Publishing House for Textbooks/. Idler, E.L., Benyamini Y. (1997). Self-rated health and mortality: A review of twenty

Open access
New Prospect for Improving University Students’ Quality of Life

Medicine, 13, 327-343. Edvy, L. (2012). A Pannon Egyetem hallgatóinak fittségét megalapozó egészségtudata és az egészséggel kapcsolatos életminőség mutatói /The indicators of health in relation of life quality of students at Pannon University, in connection with basing the fitness of the health consciousness/. Hungarian Review of Sport Science, 49, 4-10. Edvy, L. (2013a). Quality of Life Indicators of University Students in Hungary. Physical Culture and Sport. Studies and Research, 58(1), 53-60. Edvy, L. (2013b). Egészségtudatot formáló kurzus

Open access
The Assessment of the Quality of Life in Visually Impaired People with Different Level of Physical Activity

-120. Chen, C-C, & Lin, S-Y (2010). The impact of rope jumping exercise on physical fitness of visually impaired students. Research In Developmental Disabilities, 32 (1), 25-29. Daszykowska, J. (2006). Quality of life in the health-related concepts. The University of Rzeszow Medical Review, 2, 122-128 /in Polish/. De Vries, J., & Van Heck, G.L. (1997). The World Health Organization Quality of Life Assessment Instrument (WHOQOL-100): Validation study with the Dutch version. European Journal of Psychological Assessment, 13, 164

Open access
Motor Development of Children and Adolescents Aged 8-16 Years in View of Their Somatic Build and Objective Quality of Life of Their Families

References Borys T, Rogala P. Quality of life on local level - an indicators-based study. UNDP, Warsaw 2008. Bouchard C, Shepard RJ, Stephens T. Physical activity, fitness and health. Human Kinetics Publishers, Champaign, 1994. Brett Schneider W, Naul R. Study on young people's life style's and sedentariness and the role of sport in the context of education and as a means of restoring the balance. University of Paderborn, 2004. Brownson R, Eyler A, King A

Open access
Quality of Life after Coronary Revascularization in Patients with Acute Myocardial Infarction

REFERENCES 1. Gupta S, Das S, Sahewalla R, et al. A study on quality of life in patients following myocardial infarction. Indian J Physiol Pharmacol . 2012;56(1):28-35. 2. Rančić NK, Petrović BD, Apostolović SR, Kocić BN, Ilić MV. Health-related quality of life in patients after the acute myocardial infarction. Centr Eur J Med . 2013;8(2):266-272. 3. Wadie B, Shaheen S, Nashat E. Quality of life assessment after coronary artery revascularization using coronary revascularization outcome questionnaire in ischemic Egyptian patients. Med J Cairo

Open access
The Effects of a Yoga Intervention on Balance, Speed and Endurance of Walking, Fatigue and Quality of Life in People with Multiple Sclerosis

multiple sclerosis. Annales de réadaptation et de médecine physique 2007; 50: 373-376. Hale L., Schou E., Piggot j., Littman A., Tumilty S. The effect of combined exercise program for people with Multiple sclerosis: a Case series. Newzeland Jornal of physiotherapy 2003; 31(3):130-138. Jaime K. the effects of a 10 week yoga intervention on balance, mobility, spasticity and quality of life in people with multiple sclerosis. A Thesis presented to the school of kinesiology Lakehead University (Canada), 2006

Open access
Exercise‐Based Cardiac Rehabilitation with and without Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation and its Effect on Exercise Tolerance and Life Quality of Persons with Chronic Heart Failure

hypothesis” for explaining chronic heart failure ( Piepoli, 2013 ; Piepoli and Coats, 2007 ). The recently published reports point out that the exercise-based cardiac rehabilitation of CHF patients is not only safe. but also offers many benefits, including higher exercise tolerance and VO 2peak (Da Silva et al., 2002), decreased ergoreceptor reflexes, as well as increased baroreceptor reflexes ( Ponikowski et al., 2001 ) and capillary density of skeletal muscles ( Guazzi et al., 2005 ). It also improves the quality of life of CHF patients and reduces their need for

Open access
Physical Activity as a Sociological Phenomenon

). Physical Activity and Behavioral Medicine. California: Sage. Sanchez, D. M., Estrada, E. M. et al. (2009). Sport, Health and Quality of Life. Barcelona: Obra Social Fundación "la Caixa". Sekot, A. (2006). Socoilogie sportu. Brno: Paido a Masarykova univerzita. Sekot, A. (2008). Physical Activity Versus Obesity. Educatio Artis Gymnasticale , roč. 3, č. 3, 51-72. Sekot, A., Brázdová, Z. (2008). Physical Activity and Nutrition as a Social Factors Influencing the

Open access
The Positive Effects of a Combined Program of Creative Dance and BrainDance on Health-Related Ouality of Life as Perceived by Primary School Students

. Bungay, H. & Vella-Burrows, T. (2013). The effects of participating in creative activities on the health and well-being of children and young people: A rapid review of the literature. Perspectives in Public Health, 133(1), 44-52. Chen, T.H., Li, L., & Kochen, M.M. (2005). A systematic review: How to choose appropriate health-related quality of life (HRQOL) measures in routine general practice? Journal of Zhejiang University Science B, 6(9), 936-940. Chodzko-Zajko, W.J. (2005). Psychological and sociocultural aspects of physical activity

Open access
Lifestyle and Living Standards of Elderly Men in Eastern Hungary

. Kopp, M. (2006). A lelkiállapot és az egészség összefüggései /The connections between mood and health/. In R. Ádány (Ed.), Megelőző orvostan és népegészségtan (pp. 516-522). Budapest: Medicina Könyvkiadó Zrt. Kopp, M., Pikó, B. (2006). Az egészséggel kapcsolatos életminőség pszichológiai, szociológiai és kulturális dimenziói /Psychological, social and cultural dimensions of health related quality of life/. In M. Kopp, M. E. Kovács (Eds.), A magyar népesség életminősége az ezredfordulón (pp. 10-17). Budapest: Semmelweis Kiadó

Open access