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ADHERENCE, LEVEL OF MOTIVATION, BENEFITS AND BARRIER TO PRESCRIBED EXERCISE AMONG PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC LIVER DISEASE ATTENDING FOLLOW UP CLINICS IN HEPATOLOGY OPD, NEW DELHI
Bharti*, Madhavi Verma and Dr. Vinod Arora
Introduction: Chronic Liver disease is characterized by diffuse nodular hepatic fibrosis, portal hypertension, and progressive hepatic dysfunction. Adherence, Level of motivation is important to prescribed exercises among chronic liver disease, but has still not been well studied in real life in chronic liver disease. Exercise has the potential to modulate a number of complications associated with chronic Liver disease (CLD). Benefits and Barriers to prescribed exercises have emerged as an important consideration among patients with chronic liver disease. The Adherence and Motivation was seen better in widow/divorced than as seen in married or unmarried patients. Most of the patients reported prescribed exercise as beneficial. The patients reported that the most common barriers perceived by them were “Feeling embarrassed to exercise”, “Too much to cost” and “family member do not encourage”. Patients with high motivation reported better Exercise Adherence. The adherence is reported better in patients who report exercises as beneficial.[Full Text Article]