Maintained cerebrovascular function during post-exercise hypotension

@article{Willie2012MaintainedCF,
  title={Maintained cerebrovascular function during post-exercise hypotension},
  author={Christopher K. Willie and Philip N. Ainslie and Chloe E. Taylor and Neil D Eves and Y C Tzeng},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology},
  year={2012},
  volume={113},
  pages={1597-1604}
}
The post-exercise period is associated with hypotension, and an increased risk of syncope attributed to decreases in venous return and/or vascular resistance. Increased local and systemic vasodilators, sympatholysis, and attenuated baroreflex sensitivity following exercise are also manifest. Although resting cerebral blood flow is maintained, cerebrovascular regulation to acute decreases in blood pressure has not been characterized following exercise. We therefore aimed to assess… CONTINUE READING