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Clinical Trials

1 The Effectiveness of Video-Based Exercises in Young Adults Under Social Isolation Process Due to Coronavirus

In December 2019, the new coronavirus pneumonia (COVID-19) exploded in Wuhan (Hubei, China) and spread rapidly from one city to the whole world. This virus resulted in a total of 1679720 confirmed cases and 101734 deaths worldwide. All countries in the world are taking some precautions to prevent the spread of this epidemic disease, which World Health Organization (WHO) declared as "epidemic". Staying home and social isolation are among these precautions. For this purpose, it began to implement the curfew for all individuals on 10 March 2020, Turkey. However, not leaving the house and social isolation bring about the limitation of physical activity. Physical activity (PA) is defined as anybody's movement produced by WHO by contraction of skeletal muscles. Studies investigating the relationship between social isolation and health behavior report consistent findings. Individuals with smaller social networks report less healthy diets, excessive alcohol consumption, and less physical activity. Traditional exercises; It takes place outdoors in gyms or rehabilitation centers. However, with the increase in the time we spent at home due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic, technologies have been used as an alternative method. Home-based exercise programs are also a viable solution to prevent various health problems that may be encountered in this direction. The decrease in physical performance is associated with loss of muscle strength, low quality of life, emotionalization, comorbidity, premature death, and increased health costs. When today's conditions are evaluated, technology-supported education programs are effective in increasing motivation for physical support. The purpose of this study; To prevent the spread of the COVID-19 outbreak, to evaluate the physical activity levels of individuals between the ages of 18-40 who have social isolation due to the measures taken in our country and to investigate the effectiveness of their video-based exercises.

NCT04346966 Social Isolation Exercise Healthy Other: Study Group

Primary Outcomes

Description: This questionnaire was developed to determine the physical activity levels of participants aged 15-65. International Physical Activity Questionnaire (IPAQ) allows to calculate the metabolic equivalent threshold (MET) by measuring the frequency, process and physical activity intensity level over the last seven days across all contexts and provides the amount of weekly physical activity. It is calculated as a weekly working hour (MET-hour / week). It divides people into physical activity groups based on frequency and intensity of physical activity. MET calculated accordingly can be classified as low, medium and high level.

Measure: International Physical Activity Questionnaire (Short Form)

Time: 2 weeks

Description: Short Form-36 is a set of generic, coherent, and easily administered quality-of-life measures. These measures rely upon patient self-reporting and are now widely utilized by managed care organizations and by Medicare for routine monitoring and assessment of care outcomes in adult patients.It contains 36 items

Measure: Short Form-36 (SF-36)

Time: 2 weeks

Description: The Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI) is an effective instrument used to measure the quality and patterns of sleep in the older adult. It differentiates "poor" from "good" sleep by measuring seven domains: subjective sleep quality, sleep latency, sleep duration, habitual sleep efficiency, sleep disturbances, use of sleep medication, and daytime dysfunction over the last month. The client self rates each of these seven areas of sleep. Scoring of the answers is based on a 0 to 3 scale, whereby 3 reflects the negative extreme on the Likert Scale. A global sum of "5"or greater indicates a "poor" sleeper.

Measure: The Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index

Time: 2 weeks

Description: The Distress Tolerance Scale (previously Distress Tolerance Questionnaire, DTQ) is a 15 item self-report measure of emotional distress tolerance. Individuals select on a 1-5 likert scale (Strongly Disagree, Mildly Disagree, Feel Neutral, Mildly Agree, Strongly Agree) about each of the 16 statements about distress. There is one total scale, and only item 6 is reverse coded.

Measure: Distress Tolerance Scale

Time: 2 weeks

Description: The Beck Anxiety Inventory (BAI) is a 21-question multiple-choice self-report inventory that is used for measuring the severity of anxiety in children and adults. The questions used in this measure ask about common symptoms of anxiety that the subject has had during the past week (including the day you take it) (such as numbness and tingling, sweating not due to heat, and fear of the worst happening). It is designed for individuals who are of 17 years of age or older and takes 5 to 10 minutes to complete. The BAI contains 21 questions, each answer being scored on a scale value of 0 (not at all) to 3 (severely). Higher total scores indicate more severe anxiety symptoms.

Measure: Beck Anxiety Inventory

Time: 2 weeks

Description: Nottingham Health Profile was created in England in 1985 to evaluate the quality of life-related to health. The Nottingham Health Profile is a general quality of life questionnaire that assesses the level of individuals health problems and how they affect their daily life activities.

Measure: Nottingham Health Profile

Time: 2 weeks

Description: The sit and reach test is a common measure of flexibility, and specifically measures the flexibility of the lower back and hamstring muscles. This test involves sitting on the floor with legs stretched out straight ahead. Shoes should be removed. The soles of the feet are placed flat against the box. Both knees should be locked and pressed flat to the floor - the tester may assist by holding them down. With the palms facing downwards, and the hands on top of each other or side by side, the subject reaches forward along the measuring line as far as possible. Ensure that the hands remain at the same level, not one reaching further forward than the other. After some practice reaches, the subject reaches out and holds that position for at one-two seconds while the distance is recorded. Make sure there are no jerky movements.

Measure: Sit And Reach Test

Time: 2 weeks

Description: The shoulder flexibility test is a simple evaluation of the flexibility and mobility of your shoulder joint. Also known as the reach test or the Apley back scratch test, it is used to assess the range of motion (ROM) of your shoulder, including flexion and extension.

Measure: Shoulder Flexibility Test

Time: 2 weeks

Description: The objective of the Curl-Up Test is to assess the endurance of the athlete's abdominal muscles. This test requires to complete as many curl-ups as possible at a rate of minute.

Measure: Curl-Up Test

Time: 2 weeks

Description: The objective of this test is to assesment of the leg strength. This test requires the participant to complete as many squats as possible with no rest.

Measure: Repetitive Squat Test

Time: 2 weeks

Description: The side plank test is typically a measure of core endurance and dictates that the subject brace themselves in a neutral and extended side lying position on the forearm with the shoulder directly above the elbow, whilst the top leg and trunk is raised and held for as long as possible.

Measure: Side Plank Test

Time: 2 weeks

Description: The Timed Up and Go test (TUG) is a simple test used to assess a person's mobility and requires both static and dynamic balance.[1] It uses the time that a person takes to rise from a chair, walk three meters, turn around, walk back to the chair, and sit down. Test completion time recorded.

Measure: Timed Up and Go Test

Time: 2 weeks

Description: Single Leg Stance Test is used to measure static balance. The person is asked to stand on one leg for 60 seconds. The time it remains in balance is recorded. Contact of the leg in the air with any surface is considered unsuccessful. It is applied in two different ways: eyes open and eyes closed.

Measure: Single Leg Stance Test

Time: 2 weeks

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