Candice Hadden is a 21-year-old female experiencing symptoms that suggest her having rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Joint stiffness, tenderness, pain, swelling, fever, and fatigue are symptoms she is experiencing due to her condition. She lacks knowledge about what causes the disorders to make her autoimmune, affecting her overall health. Candice experiences some discomforts on her joints due to her condition, which cannot be cured (Rahimizadeh et al., 2021). Candice’s height (123cm), weight (40kg), and social-economic status determine the type of self-care administered to her (Malhotra et al., 2021). Candice’s acute conditions of pain may be idiopathic and diet-related. This is because she has substantial concerns with pain and joint inflammation in her extremities and back, and she has undergone surgery procedures three times to repair arthritis foot abnormalities (Wang et al., 2021). Candice can continue carrying out her daily activities if she has constant personal assistance with all activities of daily living (ADLs) and a social support person for social access.
As a result of her condition, she requires a high level of care and attention to the joints that will be operated on regularly during her lifetime. Candice’s back discomfort and joints would be the focus of the clinical trial, which would look at the amount of swollen joints in the body to determine which treatments should be prioritized. Swelling should therefore be used to prioritize Candice’s health checks as she has a high swelling count. There would also be ten proximal interphalangeal joints and ten metacarpal phalangeal joints included in the body’s joint and swelling counts to prevent the spread of sickness (Zhang et al., 2021). This is because she relies on previous information on the surgery on her wrists, elbows, and shoulders.
Candice will be able to continue with her everyday activities and access community resources. This can be achieved by following the NDIS package care health objectives. This will help minimize all the abnormalities she experiences by limiting stretching at the joints, lessening back pain by using adaptive equipment, reducing joint stiffness by walking daily every morning. The stated above can be achieved by practicing them daily for at least six months.
Using Candice’s informed health challenges as a starting point defines the strategies for self-management that will assist Candice in improving her self-efficacy against the illness (Zhang et al., 2021). Candice’s rheumatoid arthritis was evaluated clinically, and a self-management plan was developed to help her improve her health. Candice’s cognitive ability to handle her arthritis self-management plan is defined by her sense of self–efficacy, which is a social conception. Candice’s self-efficacy improves as she gains information, which modifies her actions and pain management strategies (Partovifar et al., 2021). For a person to be more effective while managing the perceived key competencies, self-management skills must be used to assist the person in performing their behaviors. Candice’s sensitivity to other chronic conditions allows them to lower the amount of additional compensation that would otherwise be required to compensate for the significant person’s limitations.
When considering the diseases guideline and management of the remaining rheumatoid arthritis, it is critical to manage Candice’s psychological issues to maximize the outcome of the self–management plan, which causes her complaints to reduce clinical visits and reduce susceptibility to disabilities (Zhang et al., 2021). Interventions for Candice’s back pain must be long-term in nature and enhance her chronic mechanism of improvement while managing the impacts of Candice’s disease. This requires self-management that is qualitatively revealing of the information. The ability to regulate pain is critical for Candice, especially when dealing with long-term impairments that cause emotional suffering in patients. The therapies for pain management are geared toward strengthening coping skills and increasing the ability to reveal expressed expressions that are stressfully triggering the condition, among other things (Behl et al., 2021). Candice, for example, requires particular therapy to assist in alleviating mental situations that would prevent stress, hence lowering the likelihood of future surgical intervention
Candice’s self-sufficiency depends on her exhibiting essential personal actions that reflect an interest in tracking her health progress after a possible evaluation of her back discomfort (Malhotra et al., 2021). In Candice’s case, self-management would aid in reducing the stress that defines her response to implied changes that discourse psychological dysregulation stress with a management program that makes her progressive and cue-controlled differentiation, allowing Candice’s health to improve in a technical sense (Behl et al., 2021). Candice’s cognitive and behavioral therapies need self-training since she exhibits more psychological flexibility in response to social situations at work and home (Partovifar et al., 2021). Candice’s goals in treating rheumatoid arthritis are to alleviate joint discomfort and deformity while enhancing joint functionality.
Candice’s physical well-being is improved due to the disease’s therapy, which aims to ease inflammation, minimize discomfort, and maintain joint integrity (Rahimizadeh et al., 2021). Candice’s capacity to sustain herself for an extended period would be defined by the verified management’s efforts to educate her on the joint protection program (Behl et al., 2021). A career education program would assist Candice in becoming more protected against the created talents and learning process she is preparing for. Candice would benefit from the kind of joint protection that would assist her in improving self-management by designing useful components that would deliver regular care and workout practice to Candice throughout her everyday routine.
Candice’s exercise program to reduce the severity of her arthritis requires more attention to circumstances that increase physical fitness, display muscular strength, and promote psychological and functional emotions that give fundamental treatments for joint discomfort (Gaur et al., 2021). The social nature determines the behaviour of initiatives aimed at increasing bone strength (Jones et al., 2021). As a result of Candice’s physical endurance, her physical activities become crucially important for the relief of joint pain, which aids in the repair of otherwise overwhelming and unmanageable healthcare provisions (Malhotra et al., 2021). The interventional cognitive behavior and the intervening chronic pain that requires self-management are clinically included in the interventional theory.
Consequently, Candice has to combine all of her emotions, ideas, and actions that represent the self-management process to better her reflective questioning life setting; as a result, she will manage herself within the allotted time for management. Problem-solving, goal-setting, self-monitoring, and energy management abilities can help her achieve cognitive and behavioral changes despite feeling severe fatigue and therefore controlling the perceived severity of the disease she suffers. (Behl et al., 2021). Candice’s chronic illness is defined as one that requires self-management to avoid opportunistic disease from attacking Candice (Yücel & Eşmen, 2021). Self-management therapies are patient-centered since they are geared toward resolving mental and physical difficulties in the patient. Consequently, it is vital to counsel Candice to use her behavioral and cognitive talents to maximize the advantages of her situation and concentrate on a long-term, successful reaction. The limited community-based patients develop educational programs designed with non-traditional therapies that assist Candice in reducing pain.
It is possible to discover risk factors that may impair Candice’s survival using rigorous monitoring and follow-up procedures. Candice self-management programs emphasize active coping strategies like cognitive relativization and social challenge reduction, shown in the results (Lee et al., 2022). Candice’s quality of life improves daily due to her educated pain and disability management, which costs her money over time.
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