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“…This is usually described as a feeling of great anxiety due to the idea of a real, apparent or imaginary danger of falls 5 . Current studies define the fear of falling as low self-efficacy or low confidence to avoid falls [6][7][8][9] .…”
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“…This is usually described as a feeling of great anxiety due to the idea of a real, apparent or imaginary danger of falls 5 . Current studies define the fear of falling as low self-efficacy or low confidence to avoid falls [6][7][8][9] .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…With the identification of post-fall syndrome and the use of the term ptophobia (a phobic reaction when assuming the orthostatic posture), the causal factors associated with the fear of falling have been increasingly investigated. Some authors associate the fear of falling with lost confidence to maintain balance or the inability to avoid falls, classifying it as pathological when it is exaggerated or disproportionate to the stimulus and interferes with quality of life, emotional comfort or daily performance 5,13 . Studies involving communitydwelling older adults (76.3±6.6 years) show that approximately 20 to 60% of this population have already experienced the fear of falling, with a higher frequency in women, particularly those who have a sedentary lifestyle 13 .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…Geralmente crianças e jovens apresentam, além dos medos e preocupações irracionais, queixas somá-ticas -principalmente dores de cabeça e dores abdominais, e dificuldades para relaxar, sendo mais comum em meninas. (CASTILLO et al, 2000;KENDALL;COMER, 2010). Por sua vez, os transtornos depressivos são caracterizados por tristeza ou irritabilidade intensa, não justificadas por fatores estressores situacionais.…”
Section: Transtornos Funcionais Em Escolaresunclassified
“…Entre os transtornos psiquiátricos mais frequentes na população em geral, encontra-se, além da depressão, a ansiedade, com prevalência de 12,5% a 15% ao longo da vida (Castillo & Recondo, 2000). Além de muito frequentes, os sintomas ansiosos estão entre os mais comuns, podendo ser encontrados em qualquer pessoa em determinados períodos de sua vida (Andrade & Gorenstein, 2001).…”
Section: Violência Prisão E Drogasunclassified
“…A maneira prática de se diferenciar ansiedade normal de ansiedade patológica é basicamente avaliar se a reação ansiosa é de curta duração, autolimitada e relacionada ao estímulo do momento, ou não (Amen, Stubblefield, Camicheal & Thisted, 1999;Castillo & Recondo, 2000).…”
Section: Violência Prisão E Drogasunclassified