Exercícios físicos e diabetes mellitus: Revisão / Physical exercises and diabetes mellitus: Review

Givanildo de Oliveira Santos, Luciano Lima dos Santos, Daiany Neves da Silva, Sebastião Lobo da Silva

Abstract


Pesquisas revelaram o crescimento da prevalência do diabetes mellitus em paralelo a obesidade por causa da redução dos exercícios físicos e hábitos alimentares. Objetivou-se realizar o levantamento dos efeitos e benefícios dos exercícios físicos em pessoas com diabetes mellitus. Para este estudo, utilizou-se a revisão bibliográfica, pesquisa nas seguintes plataformas: PubMed / MEDLINE, Web of Science, google acadêmico. Baseando em estudo recentes e publicados a partir de 2006. Os resultados demonstraram que o exercício físico, seja ele exercício resistido, exercício aeróbico ou a combinação dos mesmos, podem ser aplicados como tratamento para esta patologia, no entanto, requer capacitação dos profissionais da área dos exercícios físicos para atender este público.


Keywords


Treino Resistido, Treino Aeróbico, Patologias, Alimentação Saudável.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.34117/bjdv7n1-599

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