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Effect of Aerobic Exercise Program Participation on the Dementia-related Factor and Cognitive Function in Elderly Women with Dementia

유산소운동프로그램 참여가 경증치매 여성 노인의 치매관련 인자 및 인지기능에 미치는 영향

  • 정진협 (한양대학교 생활스포츠학과)
  • Received : 2019.03.22
  • Accepted : 2019.06.20
  • Published : 2019.06.28

Abstract

This study aimed to investigate the effects of participating in an aerobic exercise program three days a week and 50 minutes a day on dementia related factors and cognitive function in elderly women with mild dementia. For this, among 17 elderly women aged 65 and above, 10 elderly women were randomly assigned to the experimental group and 7 elderly wonmen to the control group. As a result of comparative analysis, conclusions were drawn as follows: There was a significant difference (p<.05) in the DHEA-s change between the two groups according to whether or not the aerobic exercise program was performed. Changes in cognitive function did not show any significant difference in the interaction effects of group, period, period${\times}$group. These results suggest that the aerobic exercise program did not show statistically significant effects on the dementia related factors and cognitive function changes of the elderly women with mild dementia. The reason for this is that the followings should be analyzed in more detail, but the lack of control on the daily life (diet) of the study subjects, which was considered as a limitation in this study, seems to be the biggest cause. Based on the results of this study, we hope that this study will be used as a basic data for improving the quality of dementia.

Keywords

Elderly women;Aerobic Exercise Program;Dementia-related factor;DHEA-s;Cogntive Function

Table 1. The Physical Characteristic of Subject

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Table 2. Exercise Program

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Table 3. Two-way repeated ANOVA about The change of DHEA-s

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Table 4. The result of paired t-test on the Pre and Post of DHEA-s

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Table 5. The result of paired t-test on the Pre and Post of DHEA-s

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Table 6. Two-way repeated ANOVA about The change of MMSE-K

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Table 7. The result of paired t-test on the Pre and Post of MMSE-K

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Table 8. The result of paired t-test on the Pre and Post of MMSE-K

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