Reflex control of blood pressure during exercise.

@article{Ludbrook1983ReflexCO,
  title={Reflex control of blood pressure during exercise.},
  author={John Ludbrook},
  journal={Annual review of physiology},
  year={1983},
  volume={45},
  pages={
          155-68
        }
}
The exercise stimuli exert a powerful drive to elevate blood pressure. This may be facilitated by spinal sympatho-sympathetic reflexes arising from the heart and aorta. The role of the Bainbridge reflex as a feed-forward mechanism in exercise remains unclear. Other, homeostatic, reflexes may modulate the pressor effects of the exercise stimuli. The balance of evidence strongly suggests that the arterial baroreceptors are still able to restrain disturbances of blood pressure during exercise… CONTINUE READING
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