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Prospective study of physical activity and sleep in middle-aged and older adults.
- K. Tsunoda, N. Kitano, +4 authors T. Nagamatsu
- American journal of preventive medicine
- 1 June 2015
INTRODUCTION Few prospective cohort studies have examined the association between physical activity (PA) and insomnia prevention, and the effective PA intensity remains unclear. This prospective… Expand
Physical activity and risk of fatty liver in people with different levels of alcohol consumption: a prospective cohort study
Objective To investigate whether physical activity affects the future incidence of fatty liver in people with never-moderate and heavy alcohol consumption. Design Prospective cohort study. Setting… Expand
Effects of aerobic exercise training on brain structure and psychological well-being in young adults.
- Y. Gondoh, H. Sensui, +6 authors H. Takekura
- The Journal of sports medicine and physical…
- 1 June 2009
AIM There is convergent evidence that exercise increases psychological well-being; however, the mechanism of this psychological effect of exercise is not yet completely understood. The purpose of… Expand
Effects of a 5-year exercise-centered health-promoting programme on mortality and ADL impairment in the elderly.
OBJECTIVE the effects of regular exercise over 5 years on mortality and ADL impairment were evaluated in elderly people. DESIGN intervention study. SETTING Tsuru City, Yamanashi Prefecture,… Expand
Executive function after exhaustive exercise
- Mizuki Sudo, Takaaki Komiyama, R. Aoyagi, T. Nagamatsu, Y. Higaki, S. Ando
- European Journal of Applied Physiology
- 5 August 2017
PurposeFindings concerning the effects of exhaustive exercise on cognitive function are somewhat equivocal. The purpose of this study was to identify physiological factors that determine executive… Expand
A 6-year cohort study on relationship between functional fitness and impairment of ADL in community-dwelling older persons.
We measured functional fitness in older subjects and performed a follow-up survey for 6 years to clarify whether the level of functional fitness at a given point contributes to prediction of the… Expand
[Development of a functional fitness test for the elderly].
- Y. Oida, T. Arao, +5 authors Atsutaka Maeda
- Psychology, Medicine
- [Nihon koshu eisei zasshi] Japanese journal of…
- 1 March 1996
A test of functional fitness defined as physical capacity to independently perform daily functional activities was developed for aged persons. The functional fitness test was composed of four… Expand
[Buffering effect of social support in the workplace on job strain and depressive symptoms].
- Y. Komatsu, Yuko Kai, T. Nagamatsu, T. Shiwa, Y. Suyama, Masako Sugimoto
- Sangyo eiseigaku zasshi = Journal of occupational…
OBJECTIVE The present study examined the buffering effect of social support in the workplace on job strain and depressive symptoms by conducting a cross-sectional survey using a self-report. … Expand
Effects of acute static stretching on visual search performance and mood state
IntroductionThe relationship between acute exercise and cognitive function is the subject of increasing attention, as new evidence indicates that acute exercise improves cognitive function… Expand
- Open Access
The effect of an acute bout of slow aerobic dance on mood and executive function in older adults: a pilot study
In older age, regular physical activity plays a crucial role in the maintenance of cognitive function. Previous studies have demonstrated that aerobic fitness attenuates age-related decreases in… Expand
- Open Access