Intervenciones psicoeducativas para reducir factores psicosociales y controlar el peso en mujeres embarazadas / Psychoeducational interventions to control weight gain in pregnant women / Intervenções psicoeducativas para reduzir fatores psicossociais...

Autores

  • Elizabeth Guzman Ortiz Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León
  • Yolanda Flores Peña Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León
  • Rosario Edith Ortiz Félix Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa
  • Velia Margarita Cárdenas Villarreal Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León

Palavras-chave:

Embarazo, Programas de Reducción de Peso, Revisión

Resumo

Objetivo: identificar las intervenciones psicoeducativas (IP) dirigidas a reducir factores psicosociales (ansiedad, depresión, estrés, imagen corporal, autoestima y apoyo social) y controlar el aumento de peso en mujeres embarazadas. Método: revisión sistemática de ensayos clínicos aleatorizados y estudios cuasi-experimentales consultado en las bases de datos de PubMed, Academic Search Complete, Medline, Web of Science, Ovid, ScienceDirect, Wiley Online Library y Scopus. Resultados: se incluyeron 4 estudios publicados entre el 2000 y 2016. Las IP que incluyen algún componente psicoeducativo como: psicoterapia, entrevista motivacional, establecimiento de objetivos y resolución de problemas junto con asesoramiento en conductas como alimentación saludable y actividad física, tienen un efecto significativo en disminuir la depresión y ansiedad, y a la vez mejoran el control del peso gestacional. Las IP dirigidas al estrés, autoestima, imagen corporal y apoyo social no mostraron efecto significativo para mejorar estas condiciones ni para el control de peso gestacional. Conclusión: se debe considerar componentes psicoeducativos, aunado con terapias complementarias para reducir los factores psicológicos y GPG. Se necesitan más investigaciones para identificar la detección de estos síntomas.

Biografia do Autor

  • Elizabeth Guzman Ortiz, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León
    Estudiante de doctorado en Ciencias de Enfermería
  • Yolanda Flores Peña, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León

    Posgrado e Investigación

  • Velia Margarita Cárdenas Villarreal, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León
    Posgrado e Investigación

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Publicado

2018-06-01

Edição

Seção

Artigo de Revisão/ Review Article/ Artículo de Revisión

Como Citar

Intervenciones psicoeducativas para reducir factores psicosociales y controlar el peso en mujeres embarazadas / Psychoeducational interventions to control weight gain in pregnant women / Intervenções psicoeducativas para reduzir fatores psicossociais.. (2018). Journal Health NPEPS, 3(1), 253-267. https://periodicos.unemat.br/index.php/jhnpeps/article/view/2807

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