Physiological changes of Exercise of Thermogenesis, Thyroid Homeostasis and Inflammation

  title={Physiological changes of Exercise of Thermogenesis, Thyroid Homeostasis and Inflammation},
  author={Ronaldo Arkader and Rosa Mr and Giorgio Moretti},
  journal={Endocrinology\&Metabolism International Journal},
The human body when subjected to heavy loads of physical training suffers numerous modifications to adapt to stress. Various systems are directly and indirectly affected, we can mention the cardio respiratory system as the one that suffers the most modifications when we are facing an intense physical load. Another system that modifies and of which we will explain in this paper is the endocrine system, specifically the thyroid gland who suffers some changes. This paper aims to demonstrate and… Expand
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