Exercício físico e funcionalidade de pessoas com LME: Revisão Integrativa

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https://doi.org/10.34024/rnc.2023.v31.14769

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Traumatismo da Medula Espinhal (LME), aptidão física, estado funcional e exercício físico

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Introdução. A prática de exercício físico pode contribuir positivamente para aumentar a funcionalidade, autoeficácia, auxiliar no processo de recuperação, independência e socialização da pessoa, além de contribuir para combater o sedentarismo e as comorbidades envolvidas. Objetivo. Realizar o levantamento bibliográfico sobre o impacto do exercício físico na funcionalidade de pessoas com Lesão Medular Espinhal.  Método. Trata-se de uma revisão integrativa da literatura, construída segundo os critérios do PRISMA. As bases de dados utilizadas foram Cochrane, PubMed, Scielo e Pedro utilizando os seguintes descritores: Lesão Medular Espinhal, aptidão física, estado funcional e exercício físico na língua portuguesa do Brasil e suas respectivas traduções na língua inglesa. Resultados. Foram levantados 351 artigos nas bases de dados, dos quais, 20 compõem a revisão. A amostra dos estudos selecionados foi composta por 756 pessoas, com lesões completas e incompletas, tetraplégicos e paraplégicos. Manter-se ativo eleva a autoeficácia no exercício, a participação social, promove engajamento e satisfação, melhora do desempenho físico e funcional. Conclusão. O exercício físico não só permite manter um melhor estado de saúde, prevenindo doenças crônicas, mas também desempenha um papel importante na melhoria do funcionamento físico, mental e social, bem como na melhoria da qualidade de vida e na satisfação de uma pessoa com LME.

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2023-04-17

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Batista da Silva Lima, J. ., Passos de Oliveira Guimarães, T., Aguilera Rodrigues da Silva, F. ., & de Araújo Morais, L. (2023). Exercício físico e funcionalidade de pessoas com LME: Revisão Integrativa. Revista Neurociências, 31, 1–23. https://doi.org/10.34024/rnc.2023.v31.14769

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Recebido: 2023-01-25
Aceito: 2023-03-24
Publicado: 2023-04-17

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