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[Clinical trial with educational intervention in perimenopausal women with cardiovascular risk factor].

[Clinical trial with educational intervention in perimenopausal women with cardiovascular risk factor].
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Soto-Rodríguez A, García-Soidán JL, de Toro-Santos M, Rodríguez-González M, Arias-Gómez MJ, Pérez-Fernández MR,


Soto-Rodríguez A, García-Soidán JL, de Toro-Santos M, Rodríguez-González M, Arias-Gómez MJ, Pérez-Fernández MR, (click to view)

Soto-Rodríguez A, García-Soidán JL, de Toro-Santos M, Rodríguez-González M, Arias-Gómez MJ, Pérez-Fernández MR,

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Gaceta sanitaria 2016 Oct 25() pii S0213-9111(16)30180-7
Abstract
OBJECTIVE
To assess whether an educational intervention in women in perimenopausal age with diabetes mellitus, hypertension and/or dyslipidemia could improve aspects of quality of life and exercise.

METHODS
A randomized clinical trial.

VARIABLES
physical activity, quality of life and weight in women aged 45-60 years (n = 320) at time 0 and 12 months after surgery. intervention group (IG): 3 interactive workshops on cardiovascular disease prevention and control group (CG): information by mail.

RESULTS
The IG obtained better scores on the mental component of quality of life one year later (p < 0.05) and showed a significant increase in physical activity (p < 0.01). GI women maintained their weight while in CG women it increased (p < 0.01). CONCLUSIONS
A simple educational intervention in premenopausal women with a cardiovascular risk factor improves aspects of quality of life and of healthy habits such as physical activity.

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