2013
DOI: 10.20396/conex.v11i3.8637607
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Abstract: RESUMOO objetivo do estudo foi avaliar a concentração de gordura corporal e o nível de atividade física de mulheres pós-menopausa. Participaram da amostra 20 mulheres pós-menopausa com idade média de 54,6 (± 3,05) anos. Foi aplicado o IPAQ para avaliar o nível de prática de atividade física e um questionário de percepções corporais após a menopausa. Foi feita uma análise com bioimpedância Biodynamics modelo 310, para avaliar o percentual de gordura e medida a circunferência abdominal, peso e estatura das parti… Show more

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“…During the menopausal transition hormonal changes occur which are the result of the low number of functioning ovarian follicles 7 . Evidence suggests that changes in the hormonal state, especially a reduction in estradiol, lead to an increase in fat mass, a decline in lean and bone mass 8 , and contribute, directly or indirectly, to a reduction in functionality 9 .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…During the menopausal transition hormonal changes occur which are the result of the low number of functioning ovarian follicles 7 . Evidence suggests that changes in the hormonal state, especially a reduction in estradiol, lead to an increase in fat mass, a decline in lean and bone mass 8 , and contribute, directly or indirectly, to a reduction in functionality 9 .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Almeida & Greguol 7 suggest that there is a decrease in muscle mass of approximately 2.5% per decade, which can lead to changes in balance, proprioception and the ability to walk, resulting in a higher risk of falls, bed restrictions and increased functional dependence 5 .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%