2016
DOI: 10.1590/0034-7167.2016690219i
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Estresse e risco cardiovascular: intervenção multiprofissional de educação em saúde

Abstract: Objective: to identify cardiovascular risk in educators (administrators and teachers) from the South region of Brazil, evaluated before and after intervention with stress management activities and health education. Method: longitudinal study of the before and after type. The sample consisted of 49 participants. Variables studied were socio-demographic, morbidity antecedents and lifestyle habits. Measured risk factors for cardiovascular disease were arterial blood pressure, body mass index, ratio of waist to hi… Show more

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“…The fight or flight reaction begins, with signs and symptoms that include hard difficulty in sleeping as a result of increased adrenaline in the bloodstream, increased libido, high productivity and creativity at work, muscle tension, tachycardia, sweating, anorexia, mandibular tenseness, dyspnea, euphoria, and irritability. [3][4][5][6] The next phase is that of resistance. The individual is still exposed to the stressor agent; however, physiological reserves have already been mobilized to provide increased resistance to stress.…”
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“…The fight or flight reaction begins, with signs and symptoms that include hard difficulty in sleeping as a result of increased adrenaline in the bloodstream, increased libido, high productivity and creativity at work, muscle tension, tachycardia, sweating, anorexia, mandibular tenseness, dyspnea, euphoria, and irritability. [3][4][5][6] The next phase is that of resistance. The individual is still exposed to the stressor agent; however, physiological reserves have already been mobilized to provide increased resistance to stress.…”
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“…Signs and symptoms that include decreased libido, productivity, and creativity return to the usual levels, but with difficulties for new ideas, tiredness unrelated to sleep and rest time, excessive worries and externalization of these concerns related to the sources of stress. [3][4][5][6] The near-exhaustion phase is characterized by insomnia, marked loss of libido, drastic drop in creativity and productivity at work, tiredness linked to the feeling of physical wear, memory loss, disease onset, gynecological problems, daily anxiety, loss of desire for socialization, and disinterest in life. [3][4][5][6] The fourth and final phase is described as exhaustion, characterized by a feeling of total energy consumption.…”
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“…Perin et al (2015), os hábitos alimentares e a rotina de trabalho destas profissionais têm propiciado o desenvolvimento do excesso de peso, que apresenta-se como um importante fator de risco para as doenças crônicas não transmissíveis.IMC Gomes et al (2016)…”
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“…O que lesa o organismo é a presença deste sentimento em níveis elevados, permanentemente, de maneira a originar sintomas físicos e psicológicos no indivíduo (GOMES; CAPELLARI; PEREIRA et al, 2016).…”
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