Oxidative stress associated with physical exercise practice with active videogame: Nutritional supplementation as an antioxidant factor

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.33448/rsd-v10i5.14986

Keywords:

Oxidative stress; Free radicals; Physical activity; Obesity.

Abstract

Objective: to show how the antioxidant mechanisms occur in the human body and to investigate the parameters of oxidative stress and its relationship with physical exercise, revealing researches that indicate ways to avoid this process, trying to prevent diseases that appear with the inadequate exercise practice. Methods: the study is a literature review on oxidative stress associated with exercise, according to the author's own interpretation and critical analysis. Such research method involves the synthesis of articles already published, allowing the construction of the analysis of the scientific literature. The databases used for the search were Bireme, medline, Scientific Electronic Library Online (SciELO) and Pubmed. Results: The results show that the regular practice of physical exercises associated with good eating habits influences in reducing the prevalence of metabolic syndrome and increasing the concentration of glutathione and the total antioxidant protection. Conclusion: intense and exhausting physical exercises promote an imbalance between oxidizing and antioxidant agents and are the most important factors in the formation of oxidative stress, the regular practice of physical exercises is considered a factor of great relevance in the modulation of oxidative stress.

Author Biographies

Rayli Maria Pereira da Silva, Centro Universitario Unifacisa

Nurse, Master in Public Health from the State University of Paraíba - UEPB, specialist in obstetric nursing and urgency, emergency and ICU. Professor of the nursing course at Centro Universitário UNIFACISA

Mônica Oliveira da Silva Simões, Universidade Estadual da Paraíba

Graduated in Pharmacy and Biochemistry from the State University of Paraíba (1986), graduated in Biological Sciences from the State University of Paraíba (1990), master's degree in Food Science and Technology from the Federal University of Paraíba (1996), doctorate in Products Natural and Synthetic Bioactive by the Federal University of Paraíba (2003) and Post-Doctorate at the University of São Paulo, USP (2014), in the large areas: health sciences, large area: biological sciences / area: pharmacology, large area: biological sciences / area: biochemistry. He is currently Associate Professor Level B at the State University of Paraíba, in the discipline of basic biochemistry and metabolic biochemistry in undergraduate and public policies in the Master of Public Health and advanced pharmacokinetics in the Master of Pharmaceutical Sciences. Leader of the Pharmaceutical Assistance research group. He has experience in the Pharmacy area, with an emphasis on Pharmacy, acting mainly on the following themes: adverse reactions, pharmacological bioassays, quality control, rational use of medicines, development of medicines and medicinal plants, pharmacovigilance, drug interactions, pharmaceutical assistance, essential medicines in primary care. In the area of ​​Collective Health, she has experience in Chronic Noncommunicable Diseases (DCTN), researcher at the Center for Studies in Epidemiological Research (NEPE) and researcher at the Research Group on Metabolic Diseases (GEDOM).

Anahi Cézar de Lima Lins, Universidade Estadual da Paraíba

Master in Public Health from the State University of Paraíba (UEPB). Professor of the postgraduate course in Obstetrics Nursing at Faculdade Santa Maria de Cajazeiras (FSM).

Amanda Maria Guimarães Barros, Universidade Estadual da Paraíba

Master in Public Health from the State University of Paraíba. Bachelor of Pharmacy and Biochemistry from the State University of Paraíba (UEPB).

Shirley Pereira da Paiva Alves, Universidade Estadual da Paraíba

Master in Public Health - UEPB (2018-2020). Member of the Center for Epidemiological Research and Research at the State University of Paraíba (NEPE), associated with the Childhood Obesity Center (COI), created in partnership between UEPB and the Health Department of the Municipality of Campina Grande-PB. Specialist in clinical nutrition - FIP (2013).

Anna Larissa Veloso Guimarães, Universidade Estadual da Paraíba

Master in Public Health from the State University of Paraíba - UEPB, Graduated in Nursing from the State University of Paraíba - UEPB. Currently, member of the Center for Epidemiological Research and Research at the State University of Paraíba (NEPE)

Danielle Franklin de Carvalho, Universidade Estadual da Paraíba

Pharmacist graduated from the State University of Paraíba - UEPB (2001) with qualification in Clinical Analysis (2002) and Master in Public Health (2006) by the same institution. PhD in Child and Adolescent Health from the Federal University of Pernambuco - UFPE (2011), permanent professor and member of the collegiate of the Postgraduate Program in Public Health; coordinator and researcher at the Center for Studies, Extension and Research in Epidemiology (NEPE); member of the Metabolic Diseases Study Group (GEDOM), linked to the Center for Obesity for Children and Adolescents (COI), created in partnership between UEPB and the Department of Health of the Municipality of Campina Grande-PB; member of the Brazilian Association of Collective Health (ABRASCO) and researcher of the "Study and Research Group on Health Services Policy and Management (GEPPGESS)", linked to the Federal University of Campina Grande.

Carla Campos Muniz Medeiros, Universidade Estadual da Paraíba

Graduated in Medicine from the State University of Pernambuco (1986-1991), medical residency in pediatrics and pediatric endocrinology from FCM-UNICAMP (1992-1996), master's (1998) and doctorate (2005) in Child and Adolescent Health from FCM- UNICAMP), specialization in Nutrology by Santa Casa de Misericórdia (2012). She was Preceptor of the medical residency in pediatrics and general endocrinology at the Federal University of Campina Grande (2003-2007). She is currently Associate Professor A at the State University of Paraíba (UEPB). Supervisor of the Graduate Programs of the Master in Public Health at UEPB and the Associate Master in Nursing UPE / UEPB. She holds the titles of Specialist in Pediatrics by SBP and in Pediatric Endocrinology by SBP and SBEM. Researcher at the Center for Studies in Epidemiological Research (NEPE) and leader of the Research Group on Metabolic Diseases (GEDOM). She is the coordinator of the Childhood Obesity Center, a reference service for children and adolescents with overweight or obesity. Reviewer of the Brazilian Journal of Human Growth and Development, Genes and Nutrition and the Journal of Nursing UFPE online. Associate member of the Brazilian Society of Pediatrics, Brazilian Society of Endocrinology and Brazilian Association of Studies for Obesity and Metabolic Syndrome. She develops studies in the lines of research on obesity and its comorbidities, metabolic syndrome, cardiovascular risk.

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Published

08/05/2021

How to Cite

SILVA, R. M. P. da .; SIMÕES, M. O. da S. .; LINS, A. C. de L. .; BARROS, A. M. G. .; ALVES, S. P. da P. .; GUIMARÃES, A. L. V. .; CARVALHO, D. F. de; MEDEIROS, C. C. M. . Oxidative stress associated with physical exercise practice with active videogame: Nutritional supplementation as an antioxidant factor. Research, Society and Development, [S. l.], v. 10, n. 5, p. e31910514986, 2021. DOI: 10.33448/rsd-v10i5.14986. Disponível em: https://www.rsdjournal.org/index.php/rsd/article/view/14986. Acesso em: 2 feb. 2023.

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