Effects of Dining on Tongue Endurance and Swallowing-Related Outcomes
- Effect of vitamin E supplementation and combined treadmill exercise towards development of leg strength, explosive strength and exercise oxygen uptake of male students. Mondal, Salman Farsi; Bandopadhyay, Pathikrit // Journal of Pharmacy Research;Jul2014, Vol. 8 Issue 7, p958
Physical training along with ample and proper nutrient intake together is very essential device to improve fitness as well as also to achieve high level performance .Micrnutrients particularly vitamins play a key role towards development of specific fitness components and therefore are of great...
- Whey Protein Benefits Elderly Adults. Brink, Will // Life Extension;Aug2009, Vol. 15 Issue 8, p24
The article reports on studies which cite that whey protein benefits elderly people. One study states that whey is a complete protein providing essential and non essential amino acids, which improves immunity and helps in athletic training in the elderly. Another study concludes that whey...
- Tongue Strength and Endurance: Relation to Highly Skilled Movements. Robin, Donald A.; Goel, Anuj; Somodi, Lori B.; Luschei, Erich S. // Journal of Speech & Hearing Research;Dec92, Vol. 35 Issue 6, p1239
Provides information on a study which examined tongue strength and endurance in subjects who have acquired high skill levels with their tongues and in subjects who use the tongue normally. Methods; Results; Discussions.
- Lingual Strengthening: Success in an Outpatient Setting. Meier, Ali // Perspectives on Swallowing & Swallowing Disorders (Dysphagia);Apr2015, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p71
No abstract available.
- Prognostic value of decreased tongue strength on survival time in patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Weikamp, J.; Schelhaas, H.; Hendriks, J.; Swart, B.; Geurts, A. // Journal of Neurology;Nov2012, Vol. 259 Issue 11, p2360
Decreased tongue strength (TS) might herald bulbar involvement in patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) well before dysarthria or dysphagia occur, and as such might be prognostic of short survival. The purpose of this study was to investigate the prognostic value of a decreased TS,...
- Increases in Thigh Muscle Volume and Strength by Walk Training with Leg Blood Flow Reduction in Older Participants. Ozaki, Hayao; Sakamaki, Mikako; Yasuda, Tomohiro; Fujita, Satoshi; Ogasawara, Riki; Sugaya, Masato; Nakajima, Toshiaki; Abe, Takashi // Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences & Medical ;Mar2011, Vol. 66A Issue 3, p257
We examined the effects of walk training combined with leg blood flow reduction (BFR) on muscle hypertrophy as well as on peak oxygen uptake (VO2peak) in older individuals. Both the BFR walk training (BFR-Walk, n = 10, age; 64 Â± 1 years, body mass index [BMI]; 22.5 Â± 0.9 kg/m2) and control...
- Comparative Effects of Light or Heavy Resistance Power Training for Improving Lower Extremity Power and Physical Performance in Mobility-Limited Older Adults. Reid, Kieran F.; Martin, Kimberly I.; Doros, Gheorghe; Clark, David J.; Hau, Cynthia; Patten, Carolynn; Phillips, Edward M.; Frontera, Walter R.; Fielding, Roger A. // Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences & Medical ;Mar2015, Vol. 70 Issue 3, p372
Background. We compared the effects of two uniquely different lower extremity power training interventions on changes in muscle power, physical performance, neuromuscular activation, and muscle cross sectional area in mobility-limited older adults. Methods. Fifty-two subjects (78Â±5 years,...
- Brainstorming the postviral fatigue syndrome. Dawson, Jane // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);11/5/88, Vol. 297 Issue 6657, p1151
Examines the disciplinary approach for the postviral fatigue syndrome in Great Britain. Causes of the syndrome; Factors influencing the development of the disease; Reduction of the muscle strength.
- Longstanding Effect and Outcome Differences of Palatal Plate and Oral Screen Training on Stroke-Related Dysphagia. Hägg, Mary; Tibbling, Lita // Open Rehabilitation Journal;2013, Vol. 6, p35
Aim: This study aimed at evaluating (1) if the oral training effect on stroke related dysphagia differs between two different oral appliances, a palatal plate (PP) and an oral screen (OS), and (2) if the training effect remains at a late follow-up. Methods: We included patients with...