Autonomic responses to exercise: Deconditioning/inactivity

@article{Hughson2015AutonomicRT,
  title={Autonomic responses to exercise: Deconditioning/inactivity},
  author={Richard Lee Hughson and J. Kevin Shoemaker},
  journal={Autonomic Neuroscience},
  year={2015},
  volume={188},
  pages={32-35}
}
Experimental models of physical inactivity associated with a sedentary lifestyle or extreme forms of inactivity with bed rest or spaceflight affect the balance between parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous system regulation of the cardiovascular system. Deconditioning effects are rapidly seen in the regulation of heart rate to compensate for physical modifications in blood volume and cardiac function. Reflex regulation of cardiovascular control during exercise by metaboreflex and baroreflex… CONTINUE READING

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