Metabolic syndrome and quality of life: a systematic review.

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metabolic syndrome 701 /2016AbstractABSTRACTObjectives:to present currently available evidence to verify the association between metabolic syndrome and quality of life. Method:Cochrane Library, EMBASE, Medline and LILACS databases were studied for
metabolic syndrome 867 EMBASE, Medline and LILACS databases were studied for all studies investigating the association with metabolic syndrome and quality of life. Two blinded reviewers extracted data and one more was chosen in case of doubt. Results:a
metabolic syndrome 1494 for confounding factors. Conclusion:although there are a few studies available about the relationship between metabolic syndrome and quality of life, a growing body of evidence has shown significant association between metabolic
metabolic syndrome 1603 syndrome and quality of life, a growing body of evidence has shown significant association between metabolic syndrome and the worsening of quality of life. However, it is necessary to carry out further longitudinal studies
metabolic syndrome 10763 the association between MS and quality of life.Figure 3Observational studies reporting the relation between metabolic syndrome and quality of life* f = Female, † cs = Cross-sectional, ‡ QOL = Quality of life, § MS = Metabolic
metabolic syndrome 11151 Physical Functioning, ‡‡ BP = Bodily PainFigure 4Clinical trials reporting the relation between metabolic syndrome and quality of life* f = Female, † rct = Randomized controlled trial, ‡ QOL = Quality of life, § SF-36
metabolic syndrome 13924 relationship between MS and QOL, a growing body of evidence has shown significant association between metabolic syndrome and the worsening of quality of life. Similarly, lifestyle interventions in individuals with MS demonstrated
obesity 2775 on diagnosis and treatment of MS, the presence of alterations in 3 out of 5 risk factors, such as abdominal obesity (AO); WC >102cm for men and >88cm for women, triglycerides ≥150mg/dl; HDL cholesterol <40mg/dl for
obesity 3133 glycemia[1]-[2].Nevertheless, considering the available evidence on the connection between central obesity and risk for cardiovascular disease, the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) published in 2005 a

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