2 edition of Promoting physical activity in South Asian Muslim women through "exercise on prescription" found in the catalog.
Promoting physical activity in South Asian Muslim women through "exercise on prescription"
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|Statement||R. Carroll, N. Ali, N. Azam.|
|Series||Health technology assessment -- v.6, no.8|
|Contributions||Ali, N., Azam, N., National Co-ordinating Centre for HTA (Great Britain), Health Technology Assessment Programme.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 101p. :|
|Number of Pages||101|
The objective of this systematic mixed-methods review is to assess what is currently known about the levels of physical activity (PA) and sedentary time (ST) and to contextualize these behaviors among South Asian women with an immigrant background. A systematic search of the literature was conducted using combinations of the key words PA, ST, South Asian, and immigrant. Physical activity can reduce the risk of premature death from a range of conditions. The aim of the study was to explore the motivating and facilitating factors likely to increase physical activity for South Asian adults and their families, in order to develop successful interventions and services.
International public health guidelines recommend that adults undertake at least −1 of moderate-intensity physical activity. However, the underpinning evidence has largely been obtained from studies of populations of white European descent. It is unclear whether these recommendations are appropriate for other ethnic groups, particularly South Asians, who have . women to cover hair, arms and legs, men from waist to knees.) None of that should preclude participation in physical education where dress codes accommodate both Islamic requirements and safe practice. • Mixed-sex participation should be possible in non contact activities such as badminton, orienteering, tennis and fitness activities, if.
Technology has replaced outdoor activities and sports with digital devices as forms of recreation and entertainment. So the need is high to get in shape and as Muslims we also must answer to this call. We are able to go to gyms and Muslim women can find all women’s gyms or women’s rooms to start up their workout routines. Many pious Muslim women in the United States, like Ms. Shearson, wear hijab in public, loose garments that cover their hair and body, which can hinder movement and add to discomfort during exercise.
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Promoting physical activity in South Asian Muslim women through 'exercise on prescription' Article Literature Review in Health technology assessment (Winchester, England) 6(8):1.
Promoting physical activity among South Asian women may pose particular challenges, with cultural differences typically identified as contributing.
4, 9 Research suggests that they undertake less physical activity or recreational exercise than others 4, 9 and that cultural barriers, such as religious modesty or avoidance of mixed-sex activity Cited by: Carroll R, Ali N, Azam N.
Promoting physical activity in South Asian Muslim women through 'exercise on prescription' Health Technology Assessment ; 6(8): Authors' objectives To review the literature relating to 'exercise on prescription' (EoP) schemes and South Asian Muslim women to provide the theoretical framework for the investigation.
Sriskantharajah J, Kai J. Promoting physical activity among South Asian women with coronary heart disease and diabetes: what might help. Family Practice. ; 24 (1)– [Google Scholar] Pollard T, Guell C. Assessing physical activity in Muslim women of South Asian origin (forthcoming) J.
Phys. Act. Health. ; n/a n/ by: Background People of South Asian backgrounds living in the UK have a five-fold increased risk of diabetes and a two-fold increased risk of heart disease when compared to the general population.
Physical activity can reduce the risk of premature death from a range of conditions. The aim of the study was to explore the motivating and facilitating factors likely to increase physical activity Cited by: Promoting physical activity in South Asian Muslim women through ‘exercise on prescription ’.
Health Technol Assess ; 6: 1 – doi/hta Low levels of physical activity have been reported in South Asian Muslim women.
Mosques could be beneficial in providing physical activity opportunities for Muslim women. This study examined the feasibility, acceptability and effectiveness of a mosque-based physical activity program for South Asian Muslim women in Canada.
Sixty-two South Asian Muslim women participated in a. Background: We assessed the quality of data on physical activity obtained by recall from Muslim women of South Asian origin, and the feasibility of using accelerometer-based physical activity monitors to provide more objective measures of physical activity in this group.
Physical activity (PA) has many beneficial physical and mental health effects. Physical inactivity is considered the fourth leading risk factor for global mortality. At present there are no systematic reviews on PA patterns among South Asian adults residing in the region.
The present study aims to systematically evaluate studies on PA patterns in South Asian countries. Carroll R, Ali N, Azam N. Promoting physical activity in South Asian Muslim women through exercise on prescription. Health Technol Assess. ;6(8) Article Google Scholar. that young Muslim women’s attitudes towards sport and fitness activities in the UK are heavily influenced by the way activities are delivered and whether due regard is given to cultural sensitivities.
In general, Islam promotes good health and fitness and encourages both men and women to engage in physical activity to maintain healthy lifestyles. Gender is also an important factor to determining physical activity levels of a population. Several studies reported higher physical inactivity among South Asian women [23,25,29,31,32].
Cultural expectations may restrict the participation of women in certain forms of physical activity in some religious and ethnic groups in the region. In Western countries, individuals from multi-ethnic disadvantaged populations are less physically active than the Western population as a whole.
This lack of physical activity (PA) may be one of the factors explaining disparities in health. Exercise on Prescription” (EoP), is an exercise program to which persons are referred by primary care.
Research that focuses on the home as a physical activity setting appears preoccupied with measuring activity. What is less researched is how the home is experienced as a physical activity context. This paper explores the physical activity experiences in and around the home of 13 South Asian, Muslim young women.
According to statistics, as a woman, o a member of the BME community, of South Asian heritage and Muslim, I should be as good as stationary!But let’s be fair, it’s not just Asian women that are not active enough, trends indicate that women on the whole just don’t get enough exercise to be of benefit to health.
26 Arab Muslim women groups, in particular, are shown to be less likely to engage in physical activity when adapting to a new culture due to varying factors, including shame, cultural pressures.
 Walseth K, Fasting K. Islam’s view on Physical Activity and Sport; Egyptian Women Interpreting Islam. International Review for the Sociology of Sport ;  Al Qardawi Y.
The lawful and the prohibited in Islam. Indianapolis: American Trust In .  Physical Activity and your Heart. British Heart Foundation "Exploring the Feasibility, Acceptability and Effectivness of a Mosque-Based Intervention to Promote Activity in South Asian Women" Principal Investigator: Jennifer Price.
South Asian (SA) immigrant women in Canada are at greater risk of contracting and dying from heart disease than their white Canadian counterparts.
Low levels of physical activity (PA), a modifiable risk factor for heart disease, have been reported in the SA community. This study investigated the acceptability of culturally specific dance in enhancing SA women's engagement in PA. Promoting physical activity among Arab women.
What healthcare professionals need to know and the positive influence of the Muslim religion. values and practices exert great influence on Middle Eastern women’s ability to engage in physical activity and exercise, to effectively promote active lifestyle to Arab women who also have.
Muslim women have been involved in sport since Islam's beginning in the early 7th century and Muhammad's races with his wife Aisha. Modern Muslim female athletes have achieved success in a variety of sports, including volleyball, tennis, association football, fencing, and basketball.
In the Olympics, fourteen Muslim women won medals, participating in a wide range of sports.2 1 Abstract 2 This paper explores the PE and physical activity experiences of a group of South Asian, Muslim girls, 3 a group typically marginalised in PE and physical activity study responds to on going 4 calls for research to explore across different spaces in young people’s ically, I draw on a 5 ‘middle ground’ approach (Archer, Hutchings and Leathwood, Muslim women and their approach to sport is often determined by religious, cultural and ethnic factors.
In general, Islam promotes good health and fitness and encourages both men and women to engage in physical activity to maintain healthy lifestyles.
However, there are aspects of the religion which affect how sports can be practised, for example.