Acute head-down tilt decreases the postexercise resting threshold for forearm cutaneous vasodilation.

@article{Kenny2000AcuteHT,
  title={Acute head-down tilt decreases the postexercise resting threshold for forearm cutaneous vasodilation.},
  author={Glen P. Kenny and Dwayne N. Jackson and Francis D. Reardon},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={2000},
  volume={89 6},
  pages={2306-11}
}
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the role of baroreceptor control on the postexercise threshold for forearm cutaneous vasodilation. On four separate days, six subjects (1 woman) were randomly exposed to 65 degrees head-up tilt and to 15 degrees head-down tilt during a No-Exercise and Exercise treatment protocol. Under each condition, a whole body water-perfused suit was used to regulate mean skin temperature (T(sk)) in the following sequence: 1) cooling until the threshold for… CONTINUE READING
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