Impact of E-learning on Pediatric Lifestyle during Covid-19 Pandemic
Author(s): Talal Shakas M AlGhamdi*, Khawlah Abdullah AlBatil, Forat Atiyah Alatiyah, Ahmad Mohedeen Aldawalibi, Abdulmajeed Khalid AlDuraywish, Abdulmohsen Ali Al Mardhamah
Background: Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) has a global effect on our lifestyle, especially while lockdown. E-learning becomes essential worldwide to limit the pandemic. In this circumstance children tend to spend more time using the Internet for studying purposes and entertainment, subsequently, the prevalence of obesity increased from 8.9% to 11.5%. Furthermore, a study was accomplished in Switzerland.75 percent of children, and up to 100 percent of adolescents have a tendency to utilize screen time, throughout detention, and the proportion of children who engage in less than two hours of light physical activity each day has doubled. There are insufficient studies performed in Saudi Arabia so we endeavored to decline the negative impact of E-learning on children's lifestyles. Aim: To determine the Impact of E-learning on pediatric lifestyle during COVID-19 pandemic. Methodology: A community-based cross-sectional study will conduct from December 2021 to February 2022 in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia at primary health care centers and the data will be entered into an Excel sheet and analyzed by SPSS. Results: After data is analyzed by SPSS, all results will be displayed Properly using frequency distributions for categorical variables mean with SD or median for scale data. Conclusions: After the study result.