Daily exercise attenuates the sympathetic nerve response to exercise by enhancing cardiac afferents.

@article{DiCarlo1997DailyEA,
  title={Daily exercise attenuates the sympathetic nerve response to exercise by enhancing cardiac afferents.},
  author={Stephen E DiCarlo and Laura Stahl and Vernon S. Bishop},
  journal={The American journal of physiology},
  year={1997},
  volume={273 3 Pt 2},
  pages={H1606-10}
}
"Central command" may initiate the sympathoexcitatory responses at the onset of exercise by shifting the operating point of the arterial baroreflex toward higher pressures. Daily exercise (DE) attenuates the sympathoexcitatory responses to submaximal exercise. This DE-induced adaptation may be due, in part, to an enhanced inhibitory influence of cardiac afferents. This is suggested because cardiac afferents exert a tonic inhibitory influence on the arterial baroreflex which is enhanced by DE… CONTINUE READING