Denise de Souza Oliveira's research while affiliated with Universidade Federal de São Paulo and other places

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Introdução: A prática de yoga tem se mostrado positiva na redução de insônia. Outros estudos mostram redução de sintomas de climatério. Porém nenhum estudo havia sido realizado até o momento para verificar os efeitos da prática do yoga em mulheres na pós-menopausa com diagnóstico de insônia. Objetivo: avaliar o efeito da prática de Yoga como um tra...
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The practice of yoga has been proven to have positive effects on reducing insomnia. Studies have also shown its effects on reducing climacteric symptoms. To date, however, no studies that evaluate the effects of yoga on postmenopausal women with a diagnosis of insomnia in a randomized clinical trial have been conducted. The aim of this study was to...
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Nearly 80% of women going through menopause experience some kind of clinical symptom and in 40% of cases the symptoms are sufficiently intense to lead the patient to seek medical assistance.1 The most common symptoms are vasomotor instability, nervousness, anxiety, irritability, depression and insomnia, all significantly detrimental to well-being....

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... The characteristics of studies included in the review are shown in table 1. Overall, the systematic review comprised 295 individuals from three countries (Brazil, (15,33,34) United Kingdom (35) and United States of America), (36,37) who were aged 30 to 85 years (Table 1). In five studies, participant recruitment was based on a clinical diagnosis of insomnia (15,33,34,36,37) obtained via a structured interview conducted by a sleep medicine specialist, as per Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV) (38) and/or International Classification of Sleep Disorders (ICSD-2) criteria. ...
... Behavioral therapies such as sleep restriction therapy [15], relaxation and massage therapy [16], as well as sleep-inducing drugs or antidepressants and hormone replacement therapy [17,18] are also common treatment options during menopausal transition. Mainstream medical therapies are usually prescribed, as well, but most of them generate side effects and other risks [19][20][21][22][23]. ...