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Title: Circulatory dynamics during exercise
Authors: Brian Amoah-Danful, Andrew
Кармазина, Ирина Станиславовна
Исаева, Инна Николаевна
Karmazina, I.S.
Isaeva, I.N.
Keywords: circulatory dynamics
physical activity
muscle
exercise
Issue Date: 12-May-2015
Citation: Andrew Brian Amoah-Danful. Circulatory dynamics during exercise / Andrew Brian Amoah-Danful, I. S. Karmazina, I. N. Isaeva // Фізіологія медицині, фармації та педагогіці: «Актуальні проблеми та сучасні досягнення» : тези доповідей ІI Всеукраїнської студентської наукової конференції з фізіології з міжнародною участю, Харків, 12 травня 2015 р. – Харків, 2015. – С. 4–5.
Abstract: Physical activity is accompanied by one of the most natural for the body's adaptive responses, which requires a good interaction of all parts of the circulatory system. The fact that skeletal muscles make up to 40 % of body weight, and the intensity of their activity may vary within very wide limits, puts them in a special position compared with other organs. Therefore, in the process of evolution close relationship of muscle contraction and cardiovascular system has been developed creating, as far as possible, the conditions for maximal muscle blood flow, even at the expense of decreased blood flow in other organs and systems which is regulated by neural and humoral mechanisms.
Description: Regular physical activity is one of the most important things for health. It helps to control weight, reduce risk of cardiovascular disease, reduce risk for type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome, reduce risk of some cancers, strengthen bones and muscles, improve mental health and mood, improve ability to do daily activities and increase chances of living longer.
URI: http://repo.knmu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/10363
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