Effect of an exercise-heat acclimation program on body fluid regulatory responses to dehydration in older men.

@article{Takamata1999EffectOA,
  title={Effect of an exercise-heat acclimation program on body fluid regulatory responses to dehydration in older men.},
  author={Akira Takamata and Tomoyuki Ito and Kazuhiro Yaegashi and Hisatake Takamiya and Yasuyo Maegawa and Toshiyuki Itoh and John E. Greenleaf and Taketoshi Morimoto},
  journal={American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology},
  year={1999},
  volume={277 4},
  pages={R1041-R1050}
}
We examined if an exercise-heat acclimation program improves body fluid regulatory function in older subjects, as has been reported in younger subjects. Nine older (Old; 70 ± 3 yr) and six younger (Young; 25 ± 3 yr) male subjects participated in the study. Body fluid regulatory responses to an acute thermal dehydration challenge were examined before and after the 6-day acclimation session. Acute dehydration was produced by intermittent light exercise [4 bouts of 20-min exercise at 40% peak rate… CONTINUE READING
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