Daroonwan Suksom

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The risk of oxidative stress-related metabolic diseases increases with menopause and physical inactivity. We hypothesized that an 8-week Tai Chi (TC) training program (2 sessions in class; 2 sessions at home; 1-1:15/session) would improve antioxidant capacity and reduce cardiovascular risks in both pre- (n = 8) and postmenopausal (n = 7) sedentary women.(More)
BACKGROUND Several kinds of anti-oxidants have drawn a lot of intention for their benefits on vascular protection. In addition, it has been demonstrated that exercise training could improve endothelial function by up-regulating endothelial nitric oxide synthase (eNOS) protein. Therefore, the present study aims to investigate the effects of genistein, a(More)
To determine if arterial stiffness is associated with age-related differences in cerebrovascular conductance and reactivity, twenty-eight apparently healthy sedentary young (25±1 years; n=15) and older (67±1 years; n=13) adults were studied. Brachial-ankle pulse wave velocity (baPWV) was measured as an index of arterial stiffness. Cerebrovascular reactivity(More)
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