Study on Cardiovascular Changes in Exercise

Physical activity is the most extreme form of stress that the body is exposed to throughout daily life. The body must make rapid and integrated cellular and organ-system adaptations to fulfil the body’s metabolic, thermal, and fluid demands during an acute bout of exercise. Exercise physiology is the study of the physical and chemical processes that allow chemical energy to be converted into mechanical work. Energy is required for both the contraction and relaxation processes in skeletal muscle. Exercise physiology research reveals the regulatory mechanisms that make energy available to skeletal muscles during acute exercise and allow for slower changes during training. The main goal of cardiovascular alterations during exercise is to provide enough oxygenated blood to exercising muscle at a rate that matches their metabolic needs. Cardiovascular reactions help to achieve this. The goal of this study is to see how determinants of heart performance work during exercise.

Author(S) Details

Shelja Deswal
Department of Physiology, Pt. BD Sharma, PGIMS, Rohtak-124001, India.

Kiran Dahiya
Department of Biochemistry, Pt. BD Sharma, PGIMS, Rohtak-124001, India.

Mridul Yadav
Department of Physiology, Pt. BD Sharma, PGIMS, Rohtak-124001, India.

. Beena
Department of Physiology, Pt. BD Sharma, PGIMS, Rohtak-124001, India.

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