O papel da comunicação e das emoções na adesão à atividade física regular

Andreia Araújo Lima Torres


Educadores físicos e outros profissionais de saúde fazem-se cada vez mais presentes nas redes sociais brasileiras. Este ensaio faz um apanhado sobre a importância da comunicação em saúde e o papel das emoções para a adoção de comportamentos mais saudáveis. A forma como as informações em saúde são veiculadas influencia m escolhas, afetam a compreensão de termos e conceitos, assim como a aceitação das prescrições feitas. Este texto foca na importância da comunicação como ferramenta facilitadora da tomada de decisões promotoras da saúde.


adesão, comunicação em saúde, mídias sociais

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