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  1. Sydney I. Bartig The Effects of Exercise on Asthma

  2. What are the effects of exercise on asthma? Does exercise improve asthma symptoms over time?

  3. What is Asthma ? • Asthma is a lung condition in which airways become narrowed. Symptoms: Difficulty Breathing, Wheezing, Coughing, Chest Tightness Image courtesy of Dreamstime

  4. Asthma Facts • A Life-long Disease • Quality of Life Effects • Often Additional Medications Are Needed • The Number of People Diagnosed is Rising Image Courtesy of Dreamstime

  5. “Asthma attacks cause significant disruptions to a person's life, and severe asthma attacks can be fatal.” -Janet Torpy (2004)

  6. Effective Exercise Images courtesy of Dreamstime

  7. Non-effective Exercise Images courtesy of Dreamstime

  8. Additional Factors • The Environment • The Amount of Exercise • The Individual Image courtesy of Dreamstime

  9. Dogra, Kuk, Baker, and Jamnik Project: • Patients worked with a professional 3 times weekly for 12weeks • Patients continued program by self for 12 additional weeks afterwards • Aerobic Exercise; (Outdoor jogging, Treadmill, Recumbent or Upright Cycling) Results: • Measurements; 1-5 Scale (1 Being Total Control) • ACQ (Asthma Control Questionnaire) • Mini-AQLQ (Asthma Quality of Life Questionnaire) • Discovered that the exercise did help with the patients asthma symptoms. Image courtesy of Dreamstime

  10. Heikkinen, Quansah, K. Jaakkola, and S. Jaakkola • Looked at 11 Different Asthma Studies • ‘Bigger Picture’ • Studies From 1980 - 2011 • Results Were Inconclusive Image courtesy of Dreamstime

  11. Individual Project Plan; • Walking (~30 minutes) • Exercise Twice a Day • Measuring Breathing Four Times Daily • Two Days of No Exercise At All • Ten Days Total Image courtesy of Dreamstime

  12. Individual Project Times; Days;

  13. Measuring With a Peak Flow Meter • 60-800 Range • Intervals of 10 • Average: ~350 • My Average: ~250 Image courtesy of Dreamstime

  14. Purple for PFM before exercise • Red for PFM after exercise • Dark Blue for PFM after not exercising

  15. What I Learned • More About Asthma • The Work of Professionals • More About My Individual Asthma • More AboutAPA Format

  16. References

  17. References Continued J. Pitquen (2010) Basketball [Image] Retrieved March 26, 204 from http://www.dream stime.com/royalty-free-stock-photo-basketball-image14860425 J. Torpy (2004) Adult asthma. In The Journal of American Medical Association Retrieved March 14, 2014 from http://jama.jamanetwork.com/article.aspx?articleid=199122 L. Friis-larsen (2011) Snow Crystals [Image] Retrieved March 26, 2014 from http://www.dreams time.com/stock-images-snow-crystals-image18831434 M. Damkier (2009) Soccer Ball [Image] Retrieved March 26, 2014 from http://www.dreamsti me.com/stock-photo-soccer-ball-image11013710 N. Jerry (2008) Young Woman Walking in Park [Image] Retrieved March 26, 2014 from http://www.dream stime.com/stock-image-young-woman-walking-park-image6853281 N. Litov (2013) Treadmill [Image] Retrieved March 26, 2014 from http://www.dreamsti me.com/royalty-free- stock-photo-treadmill-woman-running-focus-image36344295

  18. References Continued R. Wilson (2012) Beach Volleyball [Image] Retrieved March 26, 2014 from http://www.dreams time.com/stock-photos-beach-volleyball-image27296233 S. Zvyagintsev (2010) Flow Meter [Image] Retrieved March 26, 2014 from http://www.dreamst ime.com/royalty-free-stock-image-flow-meter-image17217736