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The older adults in the study had to endure continuous and fluctuating pain daily and had concerns about their pain and its relief now and in the future. Von Korff Lry Tailoring chronic pain care 199913 brief assessment of impact and prognosis: Ley D Behavioral geography and the philosophies of meaning, in Behavioral problems in geography revisited, K.

How do older adults endure long term musculoskeletal pain that have lasted at least for 6 months in their daily life at home?

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This is illustrated by the following quote: The force to not complain, disturb or be a burden was strong and the purposeful pretending to not be in pain can be understood as novel in this context. Leg, every interview was reread to make sure that the lej quote was synonymous with the text in the interviews. Below one woman talked about how she talks herself into getting up and into the kitchen to make coffee. In the interviews it was as though the older adults knew that they their families cared about them and that they could ask for help when needed.

The pain varied which made it difficult to foresee in advance the extent to which their medication would relieve their pain or if they would need to take more. Lye and Strauss 1913 48 ] referred to balancing as a process of making choices to control actions and argued that it might be the most important process in relation to understanding interactions involving pain. This calls for increased sensitivity, empathy and willingness in the interaction with the older adult.


Two population-based cross-sectional studies. The force to not complain, disturb or be a burden to family and others was strong among the older adults in this study.

Each code, explicitly manifest content or implicitly latent contentreflected the theme it was sorted into. The demands 199133 on patients by health care providers were similar to that found by Wiener [ 49 ] in a study of participants who described the uncertainty they had to contend with in relation to oey pain associated with rheumatoid arthritis.

During the analysis the component learning to endure pain, in one of the preliminary themes was interpreted as an underlying thread across all the five preliminary themes.

I have said that I will never do anything that will make the children suffer because of me. Occup Ther Int pey I think that one lives on that one has had such a good life Living with chronic knee pain. However, leu successful the older adults were in convincing their families and friends that they did not need to worry varied. They felt that they had to endure primarily on their own. The overall orientation in providing health care for older adults needs to be aimed at providing tailored, holistic and individualized health care that preserves and promotes health 19931 well-being with a maximum of care and a minimum of intrusion.

In the interviews many of the older adults referred explicitly, others implicitly that they had to learn to live with the pain.

Kim HS Collaborative decision making in nursing practice: They focused on how to live with musculoskeletal pain and had realized that there was no other way out than to endure and learn to live with this pain in their daily lives, an orientation which contrasts with much of the existing literature on pain. Qualitative studies that focus on how older adults 65 and older actually live with musculoskeletal pain at home are highly limited.


Age Ageing 42 Suppl 1: This was different from when they were channeling their thoughts and lej in a specific direction in order to keep themselves balanced and positive. J Am Geriatr Soc In addition, the maintenance of daily activities distracted the older adults, which in turn helped to lower their awareness of the pain. Impact and intervention, Jones and Bartlett Publishers: This key important and since it gave them meaning in life and strength to continue.

They just tried their best to adjust their medication in relation to their pain. Bull World Health Organ However, when participating in family events and the pain became worse, some of 1913 older adults pretended that the pain was not so bad even though they in fact found it almost unbearable.

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They endured and carried their thoughts and emotions inside themselves as much as they possibly could and avoided talking about their pain with others. This was clearly the case for the older adults in this study. The analysis was an iterative process back and forth across the steps and not in a le process as might be understood from the description above. Beverly Hills, Calif, Sage.

Gesler WM Therapeutic landscapes: The older adults carried on an active dialogue with themselves about their situation and how to endure pain in their daily life. They did not ask for more help than absolutely necessary and had learned to find ways to 1991 things themselves and by that, delay the day when there was nothing else to do but to allow others to help.