Hypohydration affects forearm vascular conductance independent of heart rate during exercise.

Abstract

Elevated body core temperature stimulates cutaneous vasodilation, which can be modified by nonthermal factors. To test whether hypohydration affects forearm vascular conductance discretely from relative alterations in heart rate (HR), eight trained cyclists exercised progressively for 20 min each at 60, 120, and 180 W [approximately 22, 37, and 55% of… (More)

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@article{Tankersley1992HypohydrationAF, title={Hypohydration affects forearm vascular conductance independent of heart rate during exercise.}, author={Clarke G. Tankersley and Dion H. Zappe and Tobias Meister and W. Larry Kenney}, journal={Journal of applied physiology}, year={1992}, volume={73 4}, pages={1232-7} }