Thermal regulation in the heat during exercise after caffeine and ephedrine ingestion.

@article{Bell1999ThermalRI,
  title={Thermal regulation in the heat during exercise after caffeine and ephedrine ingestion.},
  author={Douglas G. Bell and Ira Jacobs and Tom M. McLellan and Mitsue Miyazaki and Cathi M Sabiston},
  journal={Aviation, space, and environmental medicine},
  year={1999},
  volume={70 6},
  pages={583-8}
}
BACKGROUND Ingesting a combination of caffeine and ephedrine (C+E) has been shown to raise metabolic heat production and body temperature. This side effect of C+E ingestion may be positive during a cold stress scenario, however, during heat stress it could prove to be detrimental. Thus, the purpose of this study was to clarify the effect of C+E ingestion on body temperature regulation during moderate exercise in a hot dry environment. METHODS Ten, healthy, non heat acclimated, males exercised… CONTINUE READING

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