Praticar exercícios físicos é fundamental para a saúde física e mental durante a Pandemia da COVID-19 / Physical exercise is essential for physical and mental health during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Authors

  • Rodolfo A. Raiol

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.34119/bjhrv3n2-124

Keywords:

COVID-19, coronavírus, Distanciamento Social, Exercícios Físicos.

Abstract

A pandemia do novo coronavírus, COVID-19, tem causado grandes mudanças no estilo de vida da população mundial. Para evitar o aumento do contágio da doença, a Organização Mundial de Saúde (OMS) e vários organizações médicas e governamentais sugeriram ou o Distanciamento Social como principal estratégia para conter a pandemia, essa ação levou milhões de pessoas a ficarem reclusas em suas casas. Como consequênciapode haver diminuições drásticas nos níveis de atividade física da população. O objetivo de trabalho é explicar os motivos pelos quais a prática regular de exercícios físicos não deve ser interrompida durante a pandemia e os efeitos benéficos proporcionados pelos exercícios físicos na saúde física e mental das pessoas em Distanciamento Social.

 

 

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Published

2020-04-03

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