Impaired hemodynamic response to mental stress in subjects with prehypertension is improved after a single bout of maximal dynamic exercise

@inproceedings{Medeiros2011ImpairedHR,
  title={Impaired hemodynamic response to mental stress in subjects with prehypertension is improved after a single bout of maximal dynamic exercise},
  author={Renata Medeiros and Bruno Moreira Silva and Fabricia Junqueira Neves and Nat{\'a}lia Galito Rocha and A. R. K. Sales and Antonio C L N{\'o}brega},
  booktitle={Clinics},
  year={2011}
}
INTRODUCTION High blood pressure during mental stress in subjects with prehypertension is associated with blunted vasodilation in skeletal muscles, which might be improved by an acute bout of exercise. OBJECTIVE To investigate the hemodynamic responses to mental stress before and after a bout of exercise in subjects with prehypertension. METHOD Eighteen subjects with prehypertension and 16 with normotension underwent a mental stress test before and after a maximal cardiopulmonary exercise… CONTINUE READING
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