Espiritualidade baseada em evidências

Autores

  • Marcelo Saad Universidade Federal de São Paulo
  • Danilo Masiero Universidade Federal de São Paulo
  • Linamara Rizzo Battistella Universidade de São Paulo. Faculdade de Medicina https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5275-0733

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5935/0104-7795.20010003

Palavras-chave:

Religião e Ciência, Espiritualismo, Saúde, Reabilitação

Resumo

Espiritualidade pode ser definida como um sistema de crenças que enfoca elementos intangíveis, que transmite vitalidade e significado a eventos da vida. Tal crença pode mobilizar energias e iniciativas extremamente positivas, com potencial ilimitado para melhorar a qualidade de vida da pessoa. As implicações da espiritualidade na saúde vêm sendo estudadas cientificamente e documentadas em centenas de artigos. Há relação entre envolvimento espiritualista e vários aspectos da saúde mental, sendo que pessoas vivenciam melhor saúde mental e se adaptam com mais sucesso ao estresse se são religiosas. Pessoas religiosas são fisicamente mais saudáveis, têm estilos de vida mais salutares e requerem menos assistência de saúde. Existe uma associação entre espiritualidade e saúde que provavelmente é válida, e possivelmente causal. É plenamente reconhecido que a saúde de indivíduos é determinada pela interação de fatores físicos, mentais, sociais e espirituais. Os profissionais da saúde já contam com indicações científicas do benefício da exploração da espiritualidade na programação terapêutica de virtualmente qualquer doença. O presente artigo cita os trabalhos mais relevantes sobre o assunto.

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2001-12-09

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Saad M, Masiero D, Battistella LR. Espiritualidade baseada em evidências. Acta Fisiátr. [Internet]. 9 de dezembro de 2001 [citado 28 de maio de 2022];8(3):107-12. Disponível em: https://www.revistas.usp.br/actafisiatrica/article/view/102355

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