30 minutos de vídeo game ativo a uma intensidade moderada promovem alterações glicêmicas e cardiovasculares?

Jorge Luiz de Brito-Gomes, Leonardo dos Santos Oliveira, Denise Maria Martins Vancea, Manoel da cunha Costa

Resumo


Objetivo: Analisar glicemia aguda, variáveis cardiovasculares e nível de satisfação à prática (LE) de adultos saudáveis em resposta aos videogames ativos (AVG).


Métodos: Quatorze adultos realizaram uma sessão de AVG de 30 minutos. Frequência cardíaca (FC), pressão arterial sistólica (PAS) e diastólica (PAD), duplo produto (DP) e glicemia foram registrados em repouso, imediatamente após e 30 minutos após sessão de AVG. Ao final, os participantes relataram percepção subjetiva de esforço (PSE, escala 6-20) e LE (escala 0-10).


Resultados: Os participantes alcançaram 55,5% da reserva da FC e PSE elevada (Média=15). A glicemia reduziu (−10,3 mg·dL−1) e FC (+85 bpm), PAS (+23,8 mm Hg) e DP (+12852 mm Hg × bpm) aumentaram imediatamente após a sessão e retornaram aos valores de repouso após 30 minutos. A PAD não apresentou alterações significantes ao longo do tempo. Níveis elevados de LE foram encontrados (Média=8,6).


Conclusão: Uma sessão de 30 minutos de AVG em intensidade moderada reduziu a glicose sanguínea e promoveu alterações hemodinâmicas seguras e alto nível de satisfação em adultos.


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Esforço Físico; Diabetes Mellitus; Pressão Arterial; Sistema Cardiovascular; Motivação.

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