Swimming Sports: Parental Management In Children With Asthma

  • Vicki Ahmad Karisman STKIP Pasundan
  • Yusup Nursyamsi STKIP Pasundan

Abstract

This study aims to determine the management of parents through physical activity, in this case, swimming, to reduce asthma symptoms. This swimming activity is collaborated with other activities such as cycling, walking and running. This research method uses Qualitative Research with one participant who is a parent of asthmatics. The instrument used is an interview, and the data was analyzed using Health Literacy Theory.   The results show that by managing health-literate parents, the program will impact reducing asthma symptoms in children

Keywords: Swimming sports, Management, , Children with Asthma

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Published
2022-11-30
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Karisman , V. A., & Nursyamsi, Y. (2022). Swimming Sports: Parental Management In Children With Asthma . JUARA : Jurnal Olahraga, 7(3), 973-977. https://doi.org/10.33222/juara.v7i3.2723
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