2006
DOI: 10.1590/s1516-44462006005000027
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Transtornos de ansiedade e exercício físico

Abstract: ResumoObjetivo: A maioria dos estudos sobre os efeitos ansiolíticos do exercício físico, até meados da década de 90, foram realizados avaliando-se estados de ansiedade, com indivíduos jovens, universitários ou atletas, que podem ser considerados pré-condicionados, limitando a validade das conclusões para populações com ansiedade patológica. Na atualidade, o número de estudos envolvendo pacientes com transtorno de ansiedade aumentou. O presente estudo tem por objetivo a revisão de artigos que discutem a influên… Show more

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“…The results showed a significant decline in trait anxiety scores in those that underwent intervention [53]. Brown et al [54] assessed the implications of aerobic exercise on anxiety levels in patients with disorders and concluded that the results of aerobic exercise were similar to those of other strategies, such as meditation and relaxation, in terms of reducing anxiety, and that they produce better results than their anaerobic counterparts in terms of anxiety [55]. By contrast, predominantly anaerobic exercises should be avoided, since intense exercise is related to symptoms of discomfort, especially due to the possibility of increasing and accumulating blood lactate, a factor that may trigger a panic attack in individuals with anxiety disorder [55, 56].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The results showed a significant decline in trait anxiety scores in those that underwent intervention [53]. Brown et al [54] assessed the implications of aerobic exercise on anxiety levels in patients with disorders and concluded that the results of aerobic exercise were similar to those of other strategies, such as meditation and relaxation, in terms of reducing anxiety, and that they produce better results than their anaerobic counterparts in terms of anxiety [55]. By contrast, predominantly anaerobic exercises should be avoided, since intense exercise is related to symptoms of discomfort, especially due to the possibility of increasing and accumulating blood lactate, a factor that may trigger a panic attack in individuals with anxiety disorder [55, 56].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In this study the elderly already performed the exercise for 12 weeks. Hall et al 52 and Araújo et al 53 do not recommend the practice of high-intensity exercise, as this is linked to the experience of negative emotional states, as well as the production of excess lactic acid that might allow the occurrence of panic attacks in individuals with anxiety disorder.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Assim como na população geral, tais problemas têm sido mais prevalentes nas mulheres, comparadas aos homens 24,25,28 , e também em meninas, comparadas aos meninos 15 . Diferentemente de Hutz e Bardagi 15 que verificaram correlação entre depressão e ansiedade com indecisão profissional, este estudo não apresentou tal associação.…”
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“…Os transtornos de ansiedade atingem todas as classes socioeconômicas em todo o mundo. Com predomínio em mulheres e em indivíduos acima de 18 anos, a ansiedade é uma condição associada a fatores genéticos, ambientais e relacionada a experiên-cias sofridas 24 . Nos estudos de prevalência, as mulheres apresentam risco significativamente maior comparado aos homens para o desenvolvimento de transtornos de ansiedade ao longo da vida, assim como maior gravidade dos sintomas, cronicidade e prejuízo funcional 25 .…”
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