Tai Chi e aspectos neuropsiquiátricos em idosos: revisão sistemática

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https://doi.org/10.34024/rnc.2021.v29.11857

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tai chi, idosos, aspectos neuropsiquiátricos

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Introdução. O Tai Chi, uma técnica corpo-mente, tem sido indicada como prática física para idosos devido a suas características singulares de execução, como lentidão e concentração. Objetivo. O objetivo do presente estudo foi avaliar as contribuições do Tai Chi em aspectos neuropsiquiátricos, por meio de uma revisão sistemática da Literatura. Método. Para tanto, foram utilizadas diferentes bases de dados, sendo elas:  LILACS, Pubmed, Psycinfo, Scielo, Embase e Science Direct. Os artigos foram selecionados de janeiro de 2020 a fevereiro de 2021, considerando artigos publicados nos últimos 10 anos com idosos. Resultados. Um total de 20 estudos foram selecionados. Conclusão. O Tai Chi pode ter efeitos benéficos como melhora no equilíbrio, qualidade do sono, diminuição do número de quedas, memória, qualidade de vida, diminuição do nível de estresse, etc.  A análise da pontuação dos artigos na escala PEDro revelou limitações metodológicas, sugerindo a importância de novos estudos com maior controle de fatores de interferência em aspectos neuropsiquiátricos. 

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Herrmann, F., Jacini, W. F. S. ., & Galduróz, R. F. (2021). Tai Chi e aspectos neuropsiquiátricos em idosos: revisão sistemática. Revista Neurociências, 29, 1–17. https://doi.org/10.34024/rnc.2021.v29.11857

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Revisão Sistemática
Recebido em 2021-03-08
Aceito em 2021-07-27
Publicado em 2021-10-20