Quick Access


Bu Dergi DOI ve Crosscheck üyesidir


INVESTIGATION OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN OXYGEN SATURATION LEVEL AND BODY MASS INDEX IN MIDDLE-AGED SEDENTARY FEMALES
(INVESTIGATION OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN OXYGEN SATURATION LEVEL AND BODY MASS INDEX IN MIDDLE-AGED SEDENTARY FEMALES )

INVESTIGATION OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN OXYGEN SATURATION LEVEL AND BODY MASS INDEX IN MIDDLE-AGED SEDENTARY FEMALES

 
Author : Cengiz TAŞKIN  ; Önder KARAKOÇ & Ali Kemal TAŞKIN  
Type :
Printing Year : 2019
Number : 24
Page : 1527-1532
DOI Number: :
Cite : Cengiz TAŞKIN ; Önder KARAKOÇ & Ali Kemal TAŞKIN, (2019). INVESTIGATION OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN OXYGEN SATURATION LEVEL AND BODY MASS INDEX IN MIDDLE-AGED SEDENTARY FEMALES . SOCIAL MENTALITY AND RESEARCH THINKERS JOURNALS, 24, p. 1527-1532. Doi: 10.31576/smryj.366.
471    284


Summary

This study explores the relationship between oxygen level and body mass index in middle-aged sedentary females.200 volunteer housewives residing in the center of Gaziantep were participated in the study. The participants’ BMI values were determined through calculating the ratio of body weight to square meters in height (weight/height2). Besides, the values of oxygen saturation weremeasured via a pulse oximeter. In the comparison of the oxygen saturation of the subjects in the study to the body mass index, the oxygen saturartion value of the subjects with a body mass index of 35 and above was significantly lower than the saturation value of the subjects with a body mass index of 30-34.9, 25-29.9, and 24 and less (P<0,05). Additionally, oxygen saturation values of subjects with a body mass index of 24 or less were significantly higher than those with a body mass index of 30-34.9 and body mass index of 35 or above (P <0.05). In conclusion, it has been determined that oxygen saturation levels in sedentary females are closely related to inflammation in metabolism caused by weight problems deriving from inactivity and irregular nutrition. It is fairly obvious that there will be significant improvements in the desaturations of oxygen saturation as a result of the positive effects of weight loss thanks to the exercises on the metabolism.



Keywords
Obese, Oxygen, Saturation, Body mass index

Abstract

This study explores the relationship between oxygen level and body mass index in middle-aged sedentary females.200 volunteer housewives residing in the center of Gaziantep were participated in the study. The participants’ BMI values were determined through calculating the ratio of body weight to square meters in height (weight/height2). Besides, the values of oxygen saturation weremeasured via a pulse oximeter. In the comparison of the oxygen saturation of the subjects in the study to the body mass index, the oxygen saturartion value of the subjects with a body mass index of 35 and above was significantly lower than the saturation value of the subjects with a body mass index of 30-34.9, 25-29.9, and 24 and less (P<0,05). Additionally, oxygen saturation values of subjects with a body mass index of 24 or less were significantly higher than those with a body mass index of 30-34.9 and body mass index of 35 or above (P <0.05). In conclusion, it has been determined that oxygen saturation levels in sedentary females are closely related to inflammation in metabolism caused by weight problems deriving from inactivity and irregular nutrition. It is fairly obvious that there will be significant improvements in the desaturations of oxygen saturation as a result of the positive effects of weight loss thanks to the exercises on the metabolism.



Keywords
Obese, Oxygen, Saturation, Body mass index

Advanced Search


Announcements

    SMARTJOURNAL AĞUSTOS SAYISI YAYIN KABUL ETMEKTEDİR

    SMARTJOURNAL 

    Nisan sayısı için yayın kabulune başlamıştır



Address :İstanbul Kültür Üniversitesi, İİBF, İstanbul/Türkiye
Telephone :+90 543 373 80 81 & +90 539 673 66 66 (WhatsApp & Fax :
Email :editorsmartjournal@gmail.com

Web Yazılım & Programlama Han Yazılım Bilişim Hizmetleri