Researchers Claudia Nellie Orozco Gonzalez and Betsy Corina Sosa Garcia, from the Faculty of Nursing and Obstetrics of the Autonomous University of the State of Mexico (UAEMex), Designs a study that positively impacts the health status of nursing and gerontology students After the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The SARS-CoV-2 virus changed people’s lives and habits during captivity, which increased the level of sedentary lifestyle in the society. students in the health field were similarly affected, putting their metabolism at risk, resulting in adverse health conditions.
The main risks due to drastic changes in lifestyle are cardiovascular and metabolic diseases, For this reason, the researchers wanted to intervene in a multidisciplinary way in the students of the Faculty of Nursing and Obstetrics of the UAMEX. The foregoing, to help them evaluate their health and improve their lifestyle, improving and creating new habits,
Timely monitoring of the health of the student with the help of intervention Professionals in Medicine, Psychology, Nursing and Nutrition Which will provide you with a complete diagnosis and all the tools for your self care.
Betsy Sosa stresses that this follow-up will help spread the word about the importance of well-being, For education in health self-care, not just for students But also from family members.
Academic Claudia Orozco said that “there may be barriers in terms of attitude choices, sleep quality, diet, stress management, alcohol consumption and smoking, but, As members in the health sector, we must set an example of comprehensive wellness,
In the end, he said that the study of women in the field of health is necessary to strengthen it, so it is necessary To inculcate passion for research among students,