Körperliche Belastung, endogene Opiate und Schmerz

@article{Droste2006KrperlicheBE,
  title={K{\"o}rperliche Belastung, endogene Opiate und Schmerz},
  author={Dr. med. habil. Dr. phil. Dipl. Psych. C. Droste},
  journal={Der Schmerz},
  year={2006},
  volume={5},
  pages={138-147}
}
A series of studies with humans as well as experiments carried out on animals have shown that physical exercise leads to temporary hypoalgesia. Reduced sensitivity to pain is not only demonstrable after long-distance exercise (such as a marathon run) but also during and after intensive physical exercise on a laboratory ergometer. In a double blind study (20 mg naloxone versus placebo) experimental pain thresholds (electrical intracutaneous finger and dental pulp stimulation) and plasma hormone… CONTINUE READING