Massage as a Remedy to Compensate Changes Related to Organism Aging


Authors: J. Jančová;  P. Nováková;  M. Plívová
Authors‘ workplace: Katedra tělovýchovného lékařství a zdravotní tělesné výchovy FTVS UK, Praha vedoucí katedry doc. PhDr. B. Hošková, CSc.
Published in: Rehabil. fyz. Lék., 15, 2008, No. 2, pp. 82-88.
Category: Original Papers

Overview

General characteristics of aging are often commented as individual differences in aging process, asynchronous aging of functional systems in each and every person, and least but not last the involution and decrease of structures and functions. As general consequences of aging are considered organs reserves loses, decrease of compensatory mechanisms, progressive decrease of physical and psychological reactivity including overwhelmingly decreased adaptability to changes of inner and outer environment. Many authors state that self-efficiency of the elderly is the major condition for active aging and its quality. In present paper the authors deal with massage and its possible outcomes that may influence the aging process.

Key words:
aging, sarcopenia, massage, contraindication of massage


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