Contribution of central versus sweat gland mechanisms to the seasonal change of sweating function in young sedentary males and females.

@article{Taniguchi2011ContributionOC,
  title={Contribution of central versus sweat gland mechanisms to the seasonal change of sweating function in young sedentary males and females.},
  author={Yumiko Taniguchi and Junichi Sugenoya and Naoki Nishimura and Satoshi Iwase and Takaaki Matsumoto and Yuuki Shimizu and Yoko Inukai and Maki Sato},
  journal={International journal of biometeorology},
  year={2011},
  volume={55 2},
  pages={203-12}
}
In summer and winter, young, sedentary male (N = 5) and female (N = 7) subjects were exposed to heat in a climate chamber in which ambient temperature (Ta) was raised continuously from 30 to 42°C at a rate of 0.1°C min(-1) at a relative humidity of 40%. Sweat rates (SR) were measured continuously on forearm, chest and forehead together with tympanic temperature (Tty), mean skin temperature (⁻Ts) and mean body temperature ⁻Tb. The rate of sweat expulsions (Fsw) was obtained as an indicator of… CONTINUE READING

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