Associação entre qualidade do sono e isolamento social em praticantes de musculação

Authors

  • Renildo Silva Campos
  • Edna Ferreira Pinto

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.55905/oelv21n11-030

Keywords:

musculação, covid-19, qualidade do sono, Isolamento social

Abstract

O presente artigo analisa a associação da qualidade do sono e o isolamento social em praticantes de musculação. A pandemia da covid-19 resultou uma situação delicada causada pela pandemia da covid-19. Diante do cenário adverso, concentrou-se a atenção para o combate ao vírus Sars-Cov-2, que se espalhou para diversos países, causando dificuldades para a vida das pessoas. O distanciamento social, foi uma das medidas voltadas para o combate à disseminação desse vírus, tece impacto significativo nos hábitos de exercícios físicos das pessoas, especialmente para os adultos. Sendo assim, é possível estabelecer uma relação entre a prática da musculação e a qualidade do sono, uma vez que a qualidade do sono pode estar relacionada à redução do risco de doenças, por exemplo, as doenças cardiovasculares. 

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Published

2023-11-06

How to Cite

Campos, R. S., & Pinto, E. F. (2023). Associação entre qualidade do sono e isolamento social em praticantes de musculação. OBSERVATÓRIO DE LA ECONOMÍA LATINOAMERICANA, 21(11), 19129–19137. https://doi.org/10.55905/oelv21n11-030

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