Associação entre bruxismo e tempo de tela digital em adolescentes – Uma revisão integrativa / Association between bruxism and digital screen time in adolescents – An integrative review

Raíssa Soares dos Anjos, Letícia Fernanda Serafim Cabral, Lídia Dinoah Aguiar, Vanessa Rodrigues Monteiro, Valdenice Aparecida de Menezes, Viviane Colares, Carolina da Franca, Fabiana de Godoy

Abstract


Esta revisão integrativa teve como objetivo avaliar a associação entre bruxismo e tempo de tela digital entre adolescentes. Os artigos foram publicados nos últimos 10 anos. Como o tema é inédito, realizaram-se duas buscas onde a primeira foi referente ao bruxismo e a segunda ao tempo de tela digital, sendo selecionados sete e cinco artigos, respectivamente. O presente trabalho sugere uma associação positiva entre bruxismo e tempo de tela digital em adolescentes.

 

 


Keywords


Adolescente, Atitude frente aos computadores, Bruxismo, Saúde mental, Tempo de tela.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.34117/bjdv6n7-277

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