Melhorias na Fadiga e na Depressão em Sobreviventes de Câncer de Mama Praticantes de Treinamento de Força

Por: Achilles Khaluf Soares Silva, Brenda Búrtuli Perondi, Filipe Dinato de Lima, Jaqueline Vieira, Julia de Morais Elias, Leonardo Amorim Ribeiro, Ricardo Jaco de Oliveira, Sacha Clael e Sandro Nobre Chaves.

Revista Brasileira de Cineantropometria & Desempenho Humano - v.23 - 2021

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Devido à alta incidência de câncer de mama em todo o mundo, é importante pesquisar e entender os efeitos fisiológicos e psicológicos dessa doença, como fadiga, depressão e capacidade de realizar tarefas da vida diária e como elas se modificam com a atividade física. O objetivo deste estudo foi analisar os efeitos do treinamento de força na fadiga física (IMF-20), depressão (questionário de Beck), força de preensão manual e desempenho funcional (timed up and go). A amostra foi composta por 17 mulheres sobreviventes de câncer de mama, das quais 8 voluntárias eram praticantes de treinamento de força há pelo menos 6 meses (P) e 9 voluntárias eram não-praticantes (NP). O teste T identificou diferenças significativas (p> 0,05) entre os grupos sobre fadiga (P = 7,37 ± 1,76; NP= 10,77 ± 3,41; p = 0,02) e sobre depressão (P= 8,75 ± 5,20; NP= 14,55 ± 4,21). Não houve diferença significativa entre os grupos em força de preensão manual e desempenho funciona
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