干预儿童肥胖,从家庭做起

有80% 的儿童肥胖会延续到成人阶段。
以家庭为基础的行为疗法(FBT)关注由家人支持与策略使用兼施带来的持续变化,这些策略包括自我监测与重塑环境来促进行为改变。
基本的社会与行为科学研究可以帮助我们更好的理解能量平衡相关的社会环境因素;以此为基础,可以制定更有效的个性化行为干预策略。
此外,国家提倡加快基础研究结果向临床研究与治疗的转化,这也将促进建立更强有力的和精确的干预措施。
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Pediatric Obesity [IF:3.713]

Family-Based Behavioral Interventions for Childhood Obesity

以家庭为基础的行为干预儿童肥胖

10.1007/978-3-319-68192-4_32

2017-10-12, Article

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Childhood obesity affects all systems of the body; it is associated with increased physical (e.g., diabetes) and psychosocial (e.g., depression, bullying) comorbidities and, for 80% of these children, tracking of obesity into adulthood. Early intervention is critical to prevent the onset of adult obesity, and effective treatments exist that have been shown to lead to sustainable weight changes in childhood. Family-based behavioral treatment (FBT) is a USPSTF guideline-based behavioral weight control intervention that concurrently targets children with obesity and their parents, intervening across all levels of influence, from the individual to the community environment. FBT focuses on successive changes using family support and utilizes strategies such as self-monitoring and reengineering the environment to facilitate behavior change. Basic social and behavioral science research can help us better understand the socioenvironmental factors that constrain or enhance energy balance behaviors, and with this information, we can create more potent and personalized interventions to treat childhood obesity. Additionally, national initiatives to speed the translation of basic science findings into clinical research and treatment development may also facilitate the creation of ever more potent and precise interventions to prevent and treat obesity across the life span.

First Authors:
Denise E Wilfley

Correspondence Authors:
Denise E Wilfley

All Authors:
Denise E Wilfley,Katherine N Balantekin