El rol del ejercicio físico en la nicturia de los pacientes con esclerosis múltiple

Palabras clave: esclerosis múltiple, nicturia, ejercicio, sistema nervioso central

Resumen

La esclerosis múltiple es la enfermedad crónica, inflamatoria y neurodegenerativa más prevalente del sistema nervioso central; la cual desarrolla lesiones desmielinizantes. El déficit a nivel de tracto urinario bajo en los pacientes con esclerosis múltiple, ocurre cuando la médula espinal se encuentra involucrada en la patología; y la nicturia, es uno de los principales síntomas urinarios que poseen estos pacientes. La actividad física y el ejercicio son potenciales terapias no farmacológicas que modulan el desarrollo de los síntomas y la progresión de la patología. El ejercicio físico regular corresponde a un elemento fundamental de la estrategia terapéutica de los pacientes con Esclerosis múltiple y nicturia. Se ha reportado una disminución de los episodios miccionales nocturnos en los pacientes que implementan un régimen de ejercicio físico.

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Biografía del autor/a

Dra. Katherine Dawley Sandoval, Investigadora independiente, San José, Costa Rica

Médica general, graduada de la Universidad de Costa Rica (UCR). cod. MED15836. Correo: kathyds_0317@hotmail.com

Dr. Christian Rojas Sánchez, Investigador independiente, San José, Costa Rica

Médico general, graduado de la Universidad de Costa Rica (UCR). cod. MED16365. Correo: crs.med17@gmail.com

Dra. Sofía Suárez Sánchez, Investigadora independiente, San José, Costa Rica

Médica general, graduada de la Universidad de Costa Rica (UCR). cod. MED16366. Correo: suarez7@gmail.com

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2020-08-01
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Dawley Sandoval K, Rojas Sánchez C, Suárez Sánchez S. El rol del ejercicio físico en la nicturia de los pacientes con esclerosis múltiple. Rev.méd.sinerg. [Internet]. 1 de agosto de 2020 [citado 10 de agosto de 2020];5(8):e419. Disponible en: https://revistamedicasinergia.com/index.php/rms/article/view/419
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