Correlación del estado nutricional y la actividad física con la calidad de vida de la mujer durante el climaterio en la empresa UNACEN S.A 2013
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AdvisorsIgnacio Cconchoy, Felipe León
Gestión y Docencia en Alimentación y Nutrición
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AbstractDuring menopause women experience various clinical manifestations expressed by somatic, psychological and urogenital changes. These pathophysiological changes are due to hormonal metabolic factors and the aging process itself. Currently, nutrition and physical activity are the two main factors in prevention of many diseases. How can the nutritional status and physical activity influence women’s quality of life during menopause? To answer this question a population of 35 women between ages 40 thru 65 years of private enterprise UNACEM S.A. was evaluated. The aim of this study was to determine the correlation between nutritional status and physical activity with the quality of life during menopause, in women working at this company during 2013. Methods: a correlational descriptive study, with non-probabilistic purpose sampling was used, regarding women between 40 and 65 years old who met the inclusion criteria; with one dependent variable: quality of life and two independent variables: nutritional status and physical activity. Results: The most numerous group was between 50 to 59 years old, 40% of the sample; the predominant education status is college with 54%. Regarding nutritional status 17% women were obese and 54% overweight; 51% women had low physical activity and 66% were sedentary. According to the Menopause Rating Scale (MRS) 82.9% had a good quality of life with a score less than 16 and 17.1% had a severe score >16. Regarding the domains of quality of life, both the somatic (85.7%) and the psychological (91.4%), had no severe score (under 8 and 6 respectively), and the urogenital domain 54.3% had a severe engagement. Statistical analysis showed that the chi square significance value was greater than 0.05 indicating that the null hypothesis is accepted. No dependency exists between the independent variables (nutrition and physical activity) and the dependent variable (quality of life). The Spearman correlation for ordinal variables such as nutritional status, physical activity and quality of life, only showed a weak positive correlation (0.251) when the cardiovascular risk measurement (waist perimeter) was correlated with quality of life. Conclusions: No significant correlation between nutritional status and physical activity with the quality of life in menopausal women at UNACEM enterprise; being the value of significance more than 0.05 and the correlation coefficient close to zero. According the Menopause Rating Scale (MRS) 82.9% of the evaluated women had no severe score and 17.1% had a severe impairment in their quality of life. According to Global Physical Activity Questionnaire (GPAQ), 51% had low physical activity level and 66% were sedentary. Regarding the nutritional status, 54% were overweight and 17% were obese.
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