The goal of modern society is to enhance the quality of life. One’s quality of life assesses his physical condition. Because a poor physical condition impairs one’s daily mobility and ability to move and work.
Increasing age can be attributed to increased physical losses as one of the main reasons for daily mobility limitations. As you get older, muscle strength or muscle power decreases. They also reduce the functional capacity, including both ability and intensity. These physical losses also reduce the ability to perform movement tasks such as walking or climbing stairs.
The above is a kind of physical impairment caused by an increase in age. The second is a type of PRMs i.e. passengers with reduced mobility. This type of mobility impairment is defined as the type of disability that includes people with a variety of physical disabilities.
This sort of inability includes upper or lower limb loss or disability, manual ability, and inability to coordinate with different organs of the body. Mobility disability may be associated with one’s birth or with one’s age problem. At the same time, this problem can be the reflection of a disease. People with a broken skeletal structure are also classified into this kind of disability. Generally, people with physical impairment disabilities use assistive devices or mobility aids, like crutches, canes, wheelchairs, and artificial limbs to help with movement.
A person’s physical disability may be due to congenital or injury, inherited myopathy, cerebral palsy, infiltration, multiple sclerosis, lung disease, heart illness, or other causes. Others may experience invisible disorders, including respiratory disorders, epilepsy, or other conditions.
The ability to handle the current situation of a person with mobility impairment often depends on the individual and his or her support system. Also depends on how the disability was obtained. If the individual is born without an organ or cerebral palsy, it can be very challenging for them to grow up with disability.
Usually these individuals have a better chance of accepting and embracing their inability, does a person who acquired it from a trauma. Mobility impairments due to a traumatic event create the ability to face a very diverse situation. When a person has mobility impairments, they have to deal with all sorts of problems such as loss, depression, anger and self-esteem.
Many secondary issues are related to physical and functional capacity. Blood pressure, diabetes, body mass index, risk of coronary heart disease, lipid profiles are directly related to health. Changing posture can reduce the secondary medical symptoms of bladder infections, stomach problems, respiratory problems, and bowel problems.