Low Personal Information Regarding The Quality Of Life

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Their findings stated that a limited program can improve higher personal information regarding the quality of life. It was also said that previous positive results are effective worldwide including all age groups. According to Roberson et al. (2015) Tai Chi can increase balance, lessen one’s anxiety, and lower pain. Sannes, Mansky, and Chesney (2008) study aim investigated the variation seen in the length and training session done in randomized controlled trials involving Tai Chi Chih (TCC). The second objective of their study was to examine the attendance rates reported in scheduled intervention classes. Their findings produced many limitations with one being the dose optimization effect where the quality of TCC practice was not taken…show more content…
However, it was shown that Tai Chi when performed 1-2 hours per week proved a positive benefit to an older adult with a sedentary lifestyle. Yang et al. (2015) study is an evidence-based study that investigated the effect of Tai Chi. Their finding showed that the amount and evidence based on clinical studies done on Tai Chi was substantial worldwide. According to their findings, there was variation noted in the intervention of Tai Chi that showed a need for improvement. Better design future studies were recommended. Practice Implication Based on the studies and findings here, Tai Chi can prove to be beneficial to the elderly patient residing in the hospital setting. The majority of studies have implemented that Tai Chi can produce positive outcomes when related to strength, balance and coordination that aides in the prevention of falls. As a professional nurse, I have witnessed many years of the severity of such incident occurring outpatient and as well as an inpatient. It is my personal belief that implementing such program will not only prove beneficial for the patients, but instead it may reduce the number of falls in the hospital that has been proven to be very costly for the patients, families, and the organization. The practicing nurse will utilize her expertise and coaching skills to integrate a holistic approach that includes the patient, family, and significant others. According to Dossey
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