Efeito de cinco dias de acampamento de f??rias e tr??s meses de acompanhamento sobre fatores de risco cardiovascular e estilo de vida em crian??as com sobrepeso e obesidade

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Ano de defesa: 2016
Autor(a) principal: Rauber, Suliane Beatriz lattes
Orientador(a): Campbell, Carmen S??lvia Grubert lattes
Banca de defesa: Não Informado pela instituição
Tipo de documento: Dissertação
Tipo de acesso: Acesso aberto
Idioma: por
Instituição de defesa: Universidade Cat??lica de Bras??lia
Programa de Pós-Graduação: Programa Strictu Sensu em Educa????o F??sica
Departamento: Escola de Sa??de e Medicina
País: Brasil
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Resumo em Inglês: Sedentary behavior, coupled with poor diet has increasingly reached children, teenagers and their families worldwide. The drastic reduction in the time devoted to active and spontaneous movement has been a matter of great concern among professionals who are dedicated to the prevention of diseases in children and adolescents, since the sedentary lifestyle has contributed to the increasing incidence of obesity and chronic diseases such as hypertension. Educational programs have been considered an important tool to improve this situation. The objective of the study was evaluate the impacts of a Recreational Education Program in Children???s Health (PRESI) through a camp, weekly meetings and by the use of an application on metabolic control, cardiovascular responses, physical fitness, level of knowledge about healthy habits, lifestyle changes of children with overweight and obesity. The PRESI was divided into Phase 1 involved a five-day summer camp called ACAMP, and PHASE 2 comprised 12 weeks of follow-up with a weekly meeting totaling 12 meetings of two hours each (12 weeks). ACAMP participated in 20 children (9 boys and 11 girls; 9.4 ?? 1.1 years), and of these 20 children, 12 (9.4 ?? 0.96 years) also participated in the follow-up during 12 weeks. Anthropometric, blood pressure and resting heart rate were measured in addition to the completion of the thermal stress test Cold Pressor Test, blood collections for evaluating biochemical variables (glucose, lipemia and apolipoproteins A-1 and B), level of physical activity , food intake, sleep quality and level of knowledge about health. For pre and post camp comparison we used the Student t test (t) and three times (pre and post ACAMP and 12 weeks), with normal distribution, it used ANOVA for repeated measures. We use the test d'Cohen to verify the magnitude of the responses by the sample is small. For comparison of food proportions between groups, we used the McNemar test. Was adopted p <0.05 for statistically significant differences. Results Phase 1: Significant reduction in SBP (115.15 ?? 10.40 vs 105.80 ?? 8,58mmHg) and DBP (77.10 ?? 9.26 vs 70.00 ?? 6,49mmHg) was observed when pre- vs. post ACAMP were compared respectively (p <0.05). When comparing pre and post ACAMP observed that: HOMA beta showed a decrease of 56.2% (98.8); lipid profile was decreased CT 18.95 mg / dl, LDL 9,7mg/dL, non-HDL 16.15 mg/dL and triglycerides 27.05 mg / dl; and APO A1 and B had an average decrease of 8% (- 10.3 mg / dl) and 9% (- 7.6 mg/dL), respectively. Phase 2: the resting PAS reduced 8,92mmHg and 6,58mmHg and 1,67mmHg 2 mmHg and DBP after ACAMP and 12 weeks, respectively, when compared with the pre times. The average basal insulin fell 5.59 ??UI / ml after ACAMP compared with the pre and these values remained low after 12 weeks. CT decreased 13.4% after ACAMP (p <0.003) and 18.9% after 12 weeks and APO A1 fell by 9,42mg / dl post ACAMP (p = 0.31) and 4,42mg / dl (p = 0.59) after 12 weeks compared with pre. The total NAF increased (16.95%, 172.99 METs) and among the types of households that had higher increases the Leisure is what has improved significantly, both during the week (NAFLDS increase of 26.06%, p <0.001) as the weekend (NAFLFS increase of 14.1%, p <0.001). Hear drop in sedentary time during the week of 1585.71 ?? 208.58 to 1408.57 ?? 174,10min (p = 0.004) and at the end of the week time decreased from 282.14 ?? 41.23 to 240.71 ?? 36,17min (p <0.001). The score of sleep quality decreased after 12sem (58.46 ?? 4.87 to 50.52 ?? 4.63, p = 0.074) and the level of knowledge about health education compared to pre increased 16.7% post ACAMP and 19.12% after 12 weeks (p<0,05). We conclude that five days in a camp and 12 health education meetings, with physical activity and encouraging healthy lifestyle contributed to reducing and maintaining body mass, reduction of cardiovascular risk factors such as high blood pressure at rest, CT, triglycerides. Improves the lifestyle of children, an increase NAF and decreased time devoted to sedentary activities, improves sleep quality and choice for healthier foods.
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Resumo: Sedentary behavior, coupled with poor diet has increasingly reached children, teenagers and their families worldwide. The drastic reduction in the time devoted to active and spontaneous movement has been a matter of great concern among professionals who are dedicated to the prevention of diseases in children and adolescents, since the sedentary lifestyle has contributed to the increasing incidence of obesity and chronic diseases such as hypertension. Educational programs have been considered an important tool to improve this situation. The objective of the study was evaluate the impacts of a Recreational Education Program in Children???s Health (PRESI) through a camp, weekly meetings and by the use of an application on metabolic control, cardiovascular responses, physical fitness, level of knowledge about healthy habits, lifestyle changes of children with overweight and obesity. The PRESI was divided into Phase 1 involved a five-day summer camp called ACAMP, and PHASE 2 comprised 12 weeks of follow-up with a weekly meeting totaling 12 meetings of two hours each (12 weeks). ACAMP participated in 20 children (9 boys and 11 girls; 9.4 ?? 1.1 years), and of these 20 children, 12 (9.4 ?? 0.96 years) also participated in the follow-up during 12 weeks. Anthropometric, blood pressure and resting heart rate were measured in addition to the completion of the thermal stress test Cold Pressor Test, blood collections for evaluating biochemical variables (glucose, lipemia and apolipoproteins A-1 and B), level of physical activity , food intake, sleep quality and level of knowledge about health. For pre and post camp comparison we used the Student t test (t) and three times (pre and post ACAMP and 12 weeks), with normal distribution, it used ANOVA for repeated measures. We use the test d'Cohen to verify the magnitude of the responses by the sample is small. For comparison of food proportions between groups, we used the McNemar test. Was adopted p <0.05 for statistically significant differences. Results Phase 1: Significant reduction in SBP (115.15 ?? 10.40 vs 105.80 ?? 8,58mmHg) and DBP (77.10 ?? 9.26 vs 70.00 ?? 6,49mmHg) was observed when pre- vs. post ACAMP were compared respectively (p <0.05). When comparing pre and post ACAMP observed that: HOMA beta showed a decrease of 56.2% (98.8); lipid profile was decreased CT 18.95 mg / dl, LDL 9,7mg/dL, non-HDL 16.15 mg/dL and triglycerides 27.05 mg / dl; and APO A1 and B had an average decrease of 8% (- 10.3 mg / dl) and 9% (- 7.6 mg/dL), respectively. Phase 2: the resting PAS reduced 8,92mmHg and 6,58mmHg and 1,67mmHg 2 mmHg and DBP after ACAMP and 12 weeks, respectively, when compared with the pre times. The average basal insulin fell 5.59 ??UI / ml after ACAMP compared with the pre and these values remained low after 12 weeks. CT decreased 13.4% after ACAMP (p <0.003) and 18.9% after 12 weeks and APO A1 fell by 9,42mg / dl post ACAMP (p = 0.31) and 4,42mg / dl (p = 0.59) after 12 weeks compared with pre. The total NAF increased (16.95%, 172.99 METs) and among the types of households that had higher increases the Leisure is what has improved significantly, both during the week (NAFLDS increase of 26.06%, p <0.001) as the weekend (NAFLFS increase of 14.1%, p <0.001). Hear drop in sedentary time during the week of 1585.71 ?? 208.58 to 1408.57 ?? 174,10min (p = 0.004) and at the end of the week time decreased from 282.14 ?? 41.23 to 240.71 ?? 36,17min (p <0.001). The score of sleep quality decreased after 12sem (58.46 ?? 4.87 to 50.52 ?? 4.63, p = 0.074) and the level of knowledge about health education compared to pre increased 16.7% post ACAMP and 19.12% after 12 weeks (p<0,05). We conclude that five days in a camp and 12 health education meetings, with physical activity and encouraging healthy lifestyle contributed to reducing and maintaining body mass, reduction of cardiovascular risk factors such as high blood pressure at rest, CT, triglycerides. Improves the lifestyle of children, an increase NAF and decreased time devoted to sedentary activities, improves sleep quality and choice for healthier foods.
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spelling Campbell, Carmen S??lvia Gruberthttp://lattes.cnpq.br/2410015141212165http://lattes.cnpq.br/5706534488179320Rauber, Suliane Beatriz2017-04-07T20:28:55Z2016-02-24RAUBER, Suliane Beatriz. Efeito de cinco dias de acampamento de f??rias e tr??s meses de acompanhamento sobre fatores de risco cardiovascular e estilo de vida em crian??as com sobrepeso e obesidade. 2016. 121 f. Disserta????o (Programa Strictu Sensu em Educa????o F??sica) - Universidade Cat??lica de Bras??lia, Bras??lia, 2016.https://bdtd.ucb.br:8443/jspui/handle/tede/2038Sedentary behavior, coupled with poor diet has increasingly reached children, teenagers and their families worldwide. The drastic reduction in the time devoted to active and spontaneous movement has been a matter of great concern among professionals who are dedicated to the prevention of diseases in children and adolescents, since the sedentary lifestyle has contributed to the increasing incidence of obesity and chronic diseases such as hypertension. Educational programs have been considered an important tool to improve this situation. The objective of the study was evaluate the impacts of a Recreational Education Program in Children???s Health (PRESI) through a camp, weekly meetings and by the use of an application on metabolic control, cardiovascular responses, physical fitness, level of knowledge about healthy habits, lifestyle changes of children with overweight and obesity. The PRESI was divided into Phase 1 involved a five-day summer camp called ACAMP, and PHASE 2 comprised 12 weeks of follow-up with a weekly meeting totaling 12 meetings of two hours each (12 weeks). ACAMP participated in 20 children (9 boys and 11 girls; 9.4 ?? 1.1 years), and of these 20 children, 12 (9.4 ?? 0.96 years) also participated in the follow-up during 12 weeks. Anthropometric, blood pressure and resting heart rate were measured in addition to the completion of the thermal stress test Cold Pressor Test, blood collections for evaluating biochemical variables (glucose, lipemia and apolipoproteins A-1 and B), level of physical activity , food intake, sleep quality and level of knowledge about health. For pre and post camp comparison we used the Student t test (t) and three times (pre and post ACAMP and 12 weeks), with normal distribution, it used ANOVA for repeated measures. We use the test d'Cohen to verify the magnitude of the responses by the sample is small. For comparison of food proportions between groups, we used the McNemar test. Was adopted p <0.05 for statistically significant differences. Results Phase 1: Significant reduction in SBP (115.15 ?? 10.40 vs 105.80 ?? 8,58mmHg) and DBP (77.10 ?? 9.26 vs 70.00 ?? 6,49mmHg) was observed when pre- vs. post ACAMP were compared respectively (p <0.05). When comparing pre and post ACAMP observed that: HOMA beta showed a decrease of 56.2% (98.8); lipid profile was decreased CT 18.95 mg / dl, LDL 9,7mg/dL, non-HDL 16.15 mg/dL and triglycerides 27.05 mg / dl; and APO A1 and B had an average decrease of 8% (- 10.3 mg / dl) and 9% (- 7.6 mg/dL), respectively. Phase 2: the resting PAS reduced 8,92mmHg and 6,58mmHg and 1,67mmHg 2 mmHg and DBP after ACAMP and 12 weeks, respectively, when compared with the pre times. The average basal insulin fell 5.59 ??UI / ml after ACAMP compared with the pre and these values remained low after 12 weeks. CT decreased 13.4% after ACAMP (p <0.003) and 18.9% after 12 weeks and APO A1 fell by 9,42mg / dl post ACAMP (p = 0.31) and 4,42mg / dl (p = 0.59) after 12 weeks compared with pre. The total NAF increased (16.95%, 172.99 METs) and among the types of households that had higher increases the Leisure is what has improved significantly, both during the week (NAFLDS increase of 26.06%, p <0.001) as the weekend (NAFLFS increase of 14.1%, p <0.001). Hear drop in sedentary time during the week of 1585.71 ?? 208.58 to 1408.57 ?? 174,10min (p = 0.004) and at the end of the week time decreased from 282.14 ?? 41.23 to 240.71 ?? 36,17min (p <0.001). The score of sleep quality decreased after 12sem (58.46 ?? 4.87 to 50.52 ?? 4.63, p = 0.074) and the level of knowledge about health education compared to pre increased 16.7% post ACAMP and 19.12% after 12 weeks (p<0,05). We conclude that five days in a camp and 12 health education meetings, with physical activity and encouraging healthy lifestyle contributed to reducing and maintaining body mass, reduction of cardiovascular risk factors such as high blood pressure at rest, CT, triglycerides. Improves the lifestyle of children, an increase NAF and decreased time devoted to sedentary activities, improves sleep quality and choice for healthier foods.O comportamento sedent??rio, aliado ?? m?? alimenta????o, tem atingido cada vez mais crian??as, adolescentes e suas fam??lias em todo o mundo. A redu????o dr??stica do tempo dedicado ?? movimenta????o ativa e espont??nea, aliada ?? m?? alimenta????o, tem gerado grande preocupa????o dos profissionais que se dedicam ?? preven????o de doen??as como obesidade, diabetes e hipertens??o arterial na inf??ncia e adolesc??ncia. Programas educativos t??m sido considerados uma ferramenta importante para a melhora deste quadro. O objetivo do estudo foi avaliar os impactos de um Programa Recreativo de Educa????o em Sa??de Infantil (PRESI), desenvolvido por meio de um acampamento e acompanhamento, com encontros semanais, sobre fatores de risco cardiovascular e mudan??as no estilo de vida em crian??as com sobrepeso e obesidade. O PRESI foi dividido em duas fases, na FASE 1 envolveu um acampamento de f??rias de cinco dias, denominado ACAMP, e a FASE 2 compreendeu 12 semanas de acompanhamento com um encontro semanal totalizando 12 encontros de duas horas cada (12 semanas). Participaram do ACAMP 20 crian??as (9 meninos e 11 meninas; 9,4??1,1 anos), e destas, 12 (9,4??0,96 anos) participaram tamb??m do acompanhamento durante 12 semanas. Foram mensuradas vari??veis antropom??tricas, da press??o arterial e frequ??ncia card??aca de repouso, al??m da realiza????o do teste de estresse t??rmico Cold Pressor Test, coletas sangu??neas para avalia????o de vari??veis bioqu??micas (glicemia, lipemia e apolipoprote??nas A-1 e B), n??vel de atividade f??sica, consumo alimentar, qualidade do sono e n??vel de conhecimento sobre sa??de. Para a compara????o entre pr?? e p??s-acampamento foi utilizado o teste t de student (t) e para tr??s momentos (pr?? e p??s-ACAMP e 12 semanas), que apresentaram distribui????o normal, foi utilizado ANOVA para medidas repetidas. Usou-se o teste d???Cohen para verificar a magnitude das respostas pela amostra ser pequena. Para compara????o de propor????es de alimentos entre os grupos, foi empregado o teste McNemar. Foi adotado p<0.05 para diferen??as estatisticamente significativas. Resultados da Fase 1: Redu????o significativa da PAS (115,15??10,40 vs 105,80??8,58mmHg) e da PAD (77,10??9,26 vs 70,00??6,49mmHg) foi observada quando os momentos pr?? vs p??s ACAMP foram comparados respectivamente (p<0,05). Quando comparamos pr?? e p??s ACAMP observamos que: o HOMA Beta apresentou uma diminui????o de 56,2% (98,8); do perfil lip??dico a m??dia do CT diminuiu 18,95 mg/dl, do LDL 9,7mg/dl, do N??o HDL 16,15 mg/dl e triglicer??deos 27,05 mg/dl; e as APO A1 e B tiveram uma queda m??dia de 8%(-10,3 mg/dl) e 9%(-7,6 mg/dl), respectivamente. Fase 2: a PAS de repouso reduziu 8,92mmHg e 6,58mmHg e a PAD 1,67mmHg e 2mmHg ap??s ACAMP e as 12sem, respectivamente, quando comparadas com o momento pr??. A insulina basal m??dia caiu 5,59 ??UI/ml ap??s o ACAMP, quando comparado com o pr?? e esses valores se mantiveram reduzidos ap??s as 12 semanas. CT diminuiu 13,4% ap??s o ACAMP (p<0,003) e 18,9% ap??s 12 semanas e a APO A1 teve uma queda de 9,42mg/dl p??s ACAMP (p=0,31) e 4,42mg/dl (p=0,59) ap??s 12sem, quando comparados com pr??. O NAF total aumentou (16,95%, 172,99 METs) e dentre os tipos de AFs que tiveram maiores aumentos, o Lazer foi o que melhorou significativamente, tanto durante a semana (NAFLDS aumento de 26,06%, p< 0,001) como no final de semana (NAFLFS aumento de 14,1%, p< 0,001). Houve queda no tempo sedent??rio durante a semana de 1585,71??208,58 para 1408,57??174,10min (p = 0,004) e durante o final de semana o tempo reduziu de 282,14??41,23 para 240,71??36,17min (p < 0,001). O escore da qualidade do sono diminuiu ap??s as 12 semanas (58,46??4,87 para 50,52??4,63, p=0.074) e o n??vel de conhecimento sobre educa????o em sa??de rela????o ao pr?? aumentou 16,7% p??s ACAMP e 19,12% ap??s 12 semanas (p0,05). Concluiu-se que cinco dias em um acampamento e 12 encontros de educa????o em sa??de, com pr??tica de atividade f??sica e incentivo ao estilo de vida saud??vel contribu??ram para redu????o e manuten????o da massa corporal, redu????o de fatores de risco cardiovascular como press??o arterial de repouso, CT, triglic??rides. Com isso, ocorreu a melhora no estilo de vida das crian??as, com aumento no NAF e diminui????o do tempo destinado ??s atividades sedent??rias, melhora na qualidade do sono e escolha por alimentos mais saud??veis.Submitted by Sara Ribeiro (sara.ribeiro@ucb.br) on 2017-04-07T20:28:06Z No. of bitstreams: 1 SulianeBeatrizRauberDissertacao2016.pdf: 3110782 bytes, checksum: 762f0395a902e6696c13444254c0df77 (MD5)Approved for entry into archive by Sara Ribeiro (sara.ribeiro@ucb.br) on 2017-04-07T20:28:55Z (GMT) No. of bitstreams: 1 SulianeBeatrizRauberDissertacao2016.pdf: 3110782 bytes, checksum: 762f0395a902e6696c13444254c0df77 (MD5)Made available in DSpace on 2017-04-07T20:28:55Z (GMT). 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dc.title.por.fl_str_mv Efeito de cinco dias de acampamento de f??rias e tr??s meses de acompanhamento sobre fatores de risco cardiovascular e estilo de vida em crian??as com sobrepeso e obesidade
title Efeito de cinco dias de acampamento de f??rias e tr??s meses de acompanhamento sobre fatores de risco cardiovascular e estilo de vida em crian??as com sobrepeso e obesidade
spellingShingle Efeito de cinco dias de acampamento de f??rias e tr??s meses de acompanhamento sobre fatores de risco cardiovascular e estilo de vida em crian??as com sobrepeso e obesidade
Rauber, Suliane Beatriz
Press??o arterial
Doen??as cardiovasculares
Preven????o e promo????o da sa??de
Sa??de das crian??as
Educa????o em sa??de
Obesidade
CIENCIAS DA SAUDE::EDUCACAO FISICA
title_short Efeito de cinco dias de acampamento de f??rias e tr??s meses de acompanhamento sobre fatores de risco cardiovascular e estilo de vida em crian??as com sobrepeso e obesidade
title_full Efeito de cinco dias de acampamento de f??rias e tr??s meses de acompanhamento sobre fatores de risco cardiovascular e estilo de vida em crian??as com sobrepeso e obesidade
title_fullStr Efeito de cinco dias de acampamento de f??rias e tr??s meses de acompanhamento sobre fatores de risco cardiovascular e estilo de vida em crian??as com sobrepeso e obesidade
title_full_unstemmed Efeito de cinco dias de acampamento de f??rias e tr??s meses de acompanhamento sobre fatores de risco cardiovascular e estilo de vida em crian??as com sobrepeso e obesidade
title_sort Efeito de cinco dias de acampamento de f??rias e tr??s meses de acompanhamento sobre fatores de risco cardiovascular e estilo de vida em crian??as com sobrepeso e obesidade
author Rauber, Suliane Beatriz
author_facet Rauber, Suliane Beatriz
author_role author
dc.contributor.advisor1.fl_str_mv Campbell, Carmen S??lvia Grubert
dc.contributor.advisor1Lattes.fl_str_mv http://lattes.cnpq.br/2410015141212165
dc.contributor.authorLattes.fl_str_mv http://lattes.cnpq.br/5706534488179320
dc.contributor.author.fl_str_mv Rauber, Suliane Beatriz
contributor_str_mv Campbell, Carmen S??lvia Grubert
dc.subject.por.fl_str_mv Press??o arterial
Doen??as cardiovasculares
Preven????o e promo????o da sa??de
Sa??de das crian??as
Educa????o em sa??de
Obesidade
topic Press??o arterial
Doen??as cardiovasculares
Preven????o e promo????o da sa??de
Sa??de das crian??as
Educa????o em sa??de
Obesidade
CIENCIAS DA SAUDE::EDUCACAO FISICA
dc.subject.cnpq.fl_str_mv CIENCIAS DA SAUDE::EDUCACAO FISICA
dc.description.abstract.eng.fl_txt_mv Sedentary behavior, coupled with poor diet has increasingly reached children, teenagers and their families worldwide. The drastic reduction in the time devoted to active and spontaneous movement has been a matter of great concern among professionals who are dedicated to the prevention of diseases in children and adolescents, since the sedentary lifestyle has contributed to the increasing incidence of obesity and chronic diseases such as hypertension. Educational programs have been considered an important tool to improve this situation. The objective of the study was evaluate the impacts of a Recreational Education Program in Children???s Health (PRESI) through a camp, weekly meetings and by the use of an application on metabolic control, cardiovascular responses, physical fitness, level of knowledge about healthy habits, lifestyle changes of children with overweight and obesity. The PRESI was divided into Phase 1 involved a five-day summer camp called ACAMP, and PHASE 2 comprised 12 weeks of follow-up with a weekly meeting totaling 12 meetings of two hours each (12 weeks). ACAMP participated in 20 children (9 boys and 11 girls; 9.4 ?? 1.1 years), and of these 20 children, 12 (9.4 ?? 0.96 years) also participated in the follow-up during 12 weeks. Anthropometric, blood pressure and resting heart rate were measured in addition to the completion of the thermal stress test Cold Pressor Test, blood collections for evaluating biochemical variables (glucose, lipemia and apolipoproteins A-1 and B), level of physical activity , food intake, sleep quality and level of knowledge about health. For pre and post camp comparison we used the Student t test (t) and three times (pre and post ACAMP and 12 weeks), with normal distribution, it used ANOVA for repeated measures. We use the test d'Cohen to verify the magnitude of the responses by the sample is small. For comparison of food proportions between groups, we used the McNemar test. Was adopted p <0.05 for statistically significant differences. Results Phase 1: Significant reduction in SBP (115.15 ?? 10.40 vs 105.80 ?? 8,58mmHg) and DBP (77.10 ?? 9.26 vs 70.00 ?? 6,49mmHg) was observed when pre- vs. post ACAMP were compared respectively (p <0.05). When comparing pre and post ACAMP observed that: HOMA beta showed a decrease of 56.2% (98.8); lipid profile was decreased CT 18.95 mg / dl, LDL 9,7mg/dL, non-HDL 16.15 mg/dL and triglycerides 27.05 mg / dl; and APO A1 and B had an average decrease of 8% (- 10.3 mg / dl) and 9% (- 7.6 mg/dL), respectively. Phase 2: the resting PAS reduced 8,92mmHg and 6,58mmHg and 1,67mmHg 2 mmHg and DBP after ACAMP and 12 weeks, respectively, when compared with the pre times. The average basal insulin fell 5.59 ??UI / ml after ACAMP compared with the pre and these values remained low after 12 weeks. CT decreased 13.4% after ACAMP (p <0.003) and 18.9% after 12 weeks and APO A1 fell by 9,42mg / dl post ACAMP (p = 0.31) and 4,42mg / dl (p = 0.59) after 12 weeks compared with pre. The total NAF increased (16.95%, 172.99 METs) and among the types of households that had higher increases the Leisure is what has improved significantly, both during the week (NAFLDS increase of 26.06%, p <0.001) as the weekend (NAFLFS increase of 14.1%, p <0.001). Hear drop in sedentary time during the week of 1585.71 ?? 208.58 to 1408.57 ?? 174,10min (p = 0.004) and at the end of the week time decreased from 282.14 ?? 41.23 to 240.71 ?? 36,17min (p <0.001). The score of sleep quality decreased after 12sem (58.46 ?? 4.87 to 50.52 ?? 4.63, p = 0.074) and the level of knowledge about health education compared to pre increased 16.7% post ACAMP and 19.12% after 12 weeks (p<0,05). We conclude that five days in a camp and 12 health education meetings, with physical activity and encouraging healthy lifestyle contributed to reducing and maintaining body mass, reduction of cardiovascular risk factors such as high blood pressure at rest, CT, triglycerides. Improves the lifestyle of children, an increase NAF and decreased time devoted to sedentary activities, improves sleep quality and choice for healthier foods.
dc.description.abstract.por.fl_txt_mv O comportamento sedent??rio, aliado ?? m?? alimenta????o, tem atingido cada vez mais crian??as, adolescentes e suas fam??lias em todo o mundo. A redu????o dr??stica do tempo dedicado ?? movimenta????o ativa e espont??nea, aliada ?? m?? alimenta????o, tem gerado grande preocupa????o dos profissionais que se dedicam ?? preven????o de doen??as como obesidade, diabetes e hipertens??o arterial na inf??ncia e adolesc??ncia. Programas educativos t??m sido considerados uma ferramenta importante para a melhora deste quadro. O objetivo do estudo foi avaliar os impactos de um Programa Recreativo de Educa????o em Sa??de Infantil (PRESI), desenvolvido por meio de um acampamento e acompanhamento, com encontros semanais, sobre fatores de risco cardiovascular e mudan??as no estilo de vida em crian??as com sobrepeso e obesidade. O PRESI foi dividido em duas fases, na FASE 1 envolveu um acampamento de f??rias de cinco dias, denominado ACAMP, e a FASE 2 compreendeu 12 semanas de acompanhamento com um encontro semanal totalizando 12 encontros de duas horas cada (12 semanas). Participaram do ACAMP 20 crian??as (9 meninos e 11 meninas; 9,4??1,1 anos), e destas, 12 (9,4??0,96 anos) participaram tamb??m do acompanhamento durante 12 semanas. Foram mensuradas vari??veis antropom??tricas, da press??o arterial e frequ??ncia card??aca de repouso, al??m da realiza????o do teste de estresse t??rmico Cold Pressor Test, coletas sangu??neas para avalia????o de vari??veis bioqu??micas (glicemia, lipemia e apolipoprote??nas A-1 e B), n??vel de atividade f??sica, consumo alimentar, qualidade do sono e n??vel de conhecimento sobre sa??de. Para a compara????o entre pr?? e p??s-acampamento foi utilizado o teste t de student (t) e para tr??s momentos (pr?? e p??s-ACAMP e 12 semanas), que apresentaram distribui????o normal, foi utilizado ANOVA para medidas repetidas. Usou-se o teste d???Cohen para verificar a magnitude das respostas pela amostra ser pequena. Para compara????o de propor????es de alimentos entre os grupos, foi empregado o teste McNemar. Foi adotado p<0.05 para diferen??as estatisticamente significativas. Resultados da Fase 1: Redu????o significativa da PAS (115,15??10,40 vs 105,80??8,58mmHg) e da PAD (77,10??9,26 vs 70,00??6,49mmHg) foi observada quando os momentos pr?? vs p??s ACAMP foram comparados respectivamente (p<0,05). Quando comparamos pr?? e p??s ACAMP observamos que: o HOMA Beta apresentou uma diminui????o de 56,2% (98,8); do perfil lip??dico a m??dia do CT diminuiu 18,95 mg/dl, do LDL 9,7mg/dl, do N??o HDL 16,15 mg/dl e triglicer??deos 27,05 mg/dl; e as APO A1 e B tiveram uma queda m??dia de 8%(-10,3 mg/dl) e 9%(-7,6 mg/dl), respectivamente. Fase 2: a PAS de repouso reduziu 8,92mmHg e 6,58mmHg e a PAD 1,67mmHg e 2mmHg ap??s ACAMP e as 12sem, respectivamente, quando comparadas com o momento pr??. A insulina basal m??dia caiu 5,59 ??UI/ml ap??s o ACAMP, quando comparado com o pr?? e esses valores se mantiveram reduzidos ap??s as 12 semanas. CT diminuiu 13,4% ap??s o ACAMP (p<0,003) e 18,9% ap??s 12 semanas e a APO A1 teve uma queda de 9,42mg/dl p??s ACAMP (p=0,31) e 4,42mg/dl (p=0,59) ap??s 12sem, quando comparados com pr??. O NAF total aumentou (16,95%, 172,99 METs) e dentre os tipos de AFs que tiveram maiores aumentos, o Lazer foi o que melhorou significativamente, tanto durante a semana (NAFLDS aumento de 26,06%, p< 0,001) como no final de semana (NAFLFS aumento de 14,1%, p< 0,001). Houve queda no tempo sedent??rio durante a semana de 1585,71??208,58 para 1408,57??174,10min (p = 0,004) e durante o final de semana o tempo reduziu de 282,14??41,23 para 240,71??36,17min (p < 0,001). O escore da qualidade do sono diminuiu ap??s as 12 semanas (58,46??4,87 para 50,52??4,63, p=0.074) e o n??vel de conhecimento sobre educa????o em sa??de rela????o ao pr?? aumentou 16,7% p??s ACAMP e 19,12% ap??s 12 semanas (p0,05). Concluiu-se que cinco dias em um acampamento e 12 encontros de educa????o em sa??de, com pr??tica de atividade f??sica e incentivo ao estilo de vida saud??vel contribu??ram para redu????o e manuten????o da massa corporal, redu????o de fatores de risco cardiovascular como press??o arterial de repouso, CT, triglic??rides. Com isso, ocorreu a melhora no estilo de vida das crian??as, com aumento no NAF e diminui????o do tempo destinado ??s atividades sedent??rias, melhora na qualidade do sono e escolha por alimentos mais saud??veis.
description Sedentary behavior, coupled with poor diet has increasingly reached children, teenagers and their families worldwide. The drastic reduction in the time devoted to active and spontaneous movement has been a matter of great concern among professionals who are dedicated to the prevention of diseases in children and adolescents, since the sedentary lifestyle has contributed to the increasing incidence of obesity and chronic diseases such as hypertension. Educational programs have been considered an important tool to improve this situation. The objective of the study was evaluate the impacts of a Recreational Education Program in Children???s Health (PRESI) through a camp, weekly meetings and by the use of an application on metabolic control, cardiovascular responses, physical fitness, level of knowledge about healthy habits, lifestyle changes of children with overweight and obesity. The PRESI was divided into Phase 1 involved a five-day summer camp called ACAMP, and PHASE 2 comprised 12 weeks of follow-up with a weekly meeting totaling 12 meetings of two hours each (12 weeks). ACAMP participated in 20 children (9 boys and 11 girls; 9.4 ?? 1.1 years), and of these 20 children, 12 (9.4 ?? 0.96 years) also participated in the follow-up during 12 weeks. Anthropometric, blood pressure and resting heart rate were measured in addition to the completion of the thermal stress test Cold Pressor Test, blood collections for evaluating biochemical variables (glucose, lipemia and apolipoproteins A-1 and B), level of physical activity , food intake, sleep quality and level of knowledge about health. For pre and post camp comparison we used the Student t test (t) and three times (pre and post ACAMP and 12 weeks), with normal distribution, it used ANOVA for repeated measures. We use the test d'Cohen to verify the magnitude of the responses by the sample is small. For comparison of food proportions between groups, we used the McNemar test. Was adopted p <0.05 for statistically significant differences. Results Phase 1: Significant reduction in SBP (115.15 ?? 10.40 vs 105.80 ?? 8,58mmHg) and DBP (77.10 ?? 9.26 vs 70.00 ?? 6,49mmHg) was observed when pre- vs. post ACAMP were compared respectively (p <0.05). When comparing pre and post ACAMP observed that: HOMA beta showed a decrease of 56.2% (98.8); lipid profile was decreased CT 18.95 mg / dl, LDL 9,7mg/dL, non-HDL 16.15 mg/dL and triglycerides 27.05 mg / dl; and APO A1 and B had an average decrease of 8% (- 10.3 mg / dl) and 9% (- 7.6 mg/dL), respectively. Phase 2: the resting PAS reduced 8,92mmHg and 6,58mmHg and 1,67mmHg 2 mmHg and DBP after ACAMP and 12 weeks, respectively, when compared with the pre times. The average basal insulin fell 5.59 ??UI / ml after ACAMP compared with the pre and these values remained low after 12 weeks. CT decreased 13.4% after ACAMP (p <0.003) and 18.9% after 12 weeks and APO A1 fell by 9,42mg / dl post ACAMP (p = 0.31) and 4,42mg / dl (p = 0.59) after 12 weeks compared with pre. The total NAF increased (16.95%, 172.99 METs) and among the types of households that had higher increases the Leisure is what has improved significantly, both during the week (NAFLDS increase of 26.06%, p <0.001) as the weekend (NAFLFS increase of 14.1%, p <0.001). Hear drop in sedentary time during the week of 1585.71 ?? 208.58 to 1408.57 ?? 174,10min (p = 0.004) and at the end of the week time decreased from 282.14 ?? 41.23 to 240.71 ?? 36,17min (p <0.001). The score of sleep quality decreased after 12sem (58.46 ?? 4.87 to 50.52 ?? 4.63, p = 0.074) and the level of knowledge about health education compared to pre increased 16.7% post ACAMP and 19.12% after 12 weeks (p<0,05). We conclude that five days in a camp and 12 health education meetings, with physical activity and encouraging healthy lifestyle contributed to reducing and maintaining body mass, reduction of cardiovascular risk factors such as high blood pressure at rest, CT, triglycerides. Improves the lifestyle of children, an increase NAF and decreased time devoted to sedentary activities, improves sleep quality and choice for healthier foods.
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