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Non-insulin-dependent diabetes 4 months—14 years 8 Results Perceived harm threshold limits activity Following diagnosis of diabetes or heart disease, women's experience of symptoms during activity, and anxiety about provoking them, exerted a strong influence upon their attitudes towards activity and their behaviour.
Physical symptoms included chest pains, breathlessness, dizziness, drowsiness, body pains and fatigue. For many, these symptoms would occur doing housework or everyday walking, and physical activity was usually stopped with their onset.
For most, this had a moderating effect upon the type and degree of physical activity they felt able to undertake see Box 1. BOX 1 Perceived harm threshold You should do the exercise that your body takes, that's what I do … You can go through a heart attack very easily if you have chest pains[ 5 ] I don't know whether it's too much, but I'm very cautious not to exert myself … I don't want to push myself and have a stroke.
As a consequence, many lacked confidence, or were apprehensive to undertake any significant physical activity alone ranging from walking to aerobics in case a harmful event occurred.
I said I don't want to walk my own. If somebody's with me, walking like me who'll keep me company walking, I don't mind at all to walk. Most respondents felt ignorant in this regard, compounding their lack of confidence and limiting their activity.
Indeed, two women had discontinued everyday activities such as housework, because either they or their relatives had thought it unsuitable. While health professionals were seen to be a key source of information, women found the advice they had been offered to be consistently wanting.
Rather, they sought more detailed and specific guidance about appropriate exercise see Box 2. BOX 2 Insufficient guidance from health professionals We don't know what exercise we will do, isn't it? This one I want. They don't push you … it would help … if [we] had people telling [us] how to do exercise.
Weight loss, maintaining independence and socializing perceived as main benefits of exercise Achieving weight loss, in order to improve body image and physical appearance, was seen as the primary aim and benefit of increasing physical activity by most women of all ages.
They shared a strong dislike of being, or becoming, overweight, chiefly due to its negative effect on their physical appearance. Role models, such as close relatives and friends who had successfully lost weight, provided further active motivation for several women see Box 3. BOX 3 Perceived benefits of exercise: Lose the weight and make me good looking, you know.
Cos I couldn't do anything then. You feel lighter and spongier. Taking walks, for example, was undertaken more with this in mind than any gain for other health problems. For two women who had suffered a myocardial infarction, maintaining independence in this way assumed greater significance as family members concerned about potential harm had restricted most of their previous physical activity, including housework see Box 3.
In contrast, women did not talk of any specific benefits of exercise to their condition, describing its advantages in general terms of overall health gain. Reduction of stress was noted by some, particularly by those in paid employment.
However, principal motivations to walking were relaxation and refreshment from getting out of doors, a change of scenery and in particular as a form of socializing with other women.
Some understanding of benefit of exercise to improve and limit illness A desire to use physical activity to limit the progression of their condition was highlighted by those who had an extensive family history of cardiovascular problems and diabetes, with several close family members dying prematurely of such conditions.
Some described how their own experience of developing disease complications, that of similarly affected relatives and friends, or fear of needing more extensive treatment such as insulin injections had encouraged them to exercise see Box 4.
BOX 4 Exercise benefit to limit illness One of my brothers who got a bypass operation he walks now. He's very weak but he walks now, and so he told me walking is very good for your health.
My feet were hurting me and I was affected so much that I couldn't do anything. But what if I got more ill? My kidneys finish or something happens to me? I'm gonna be more worser aren't I?
So that made me go through [exercise]. Rather, women laid emphasis upon sustaining active lives and their culture's disapproval of being idle.
This was intimately bound up with their identities as women—as homemakers, as carers of children and other relatives or in their other work. I never sit during the day. I walk about in the shop and doing this and this.
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