Accession Number:

ADA180011

Title:

Endocrinological Responses to Exercise in Stressful Environments,

Descriptive Note:

Corporate Author:

ARMY RESEARCH INST OF ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE NATICK MA

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Report Date:

1987-03-16

Pagination or Media Count:

60.0

Abstract:

The metabolic, thermoregulatory, and fluid-regulatory adjustments which occur during exercise, even under relatively moderate environmental conditions, may be concomitant with endocrine and neuroendocrine responses involving the hypothalamus, pituitary, adrenal, thyroid, sex glands, and pancreas. Reviews of studies investigating these relationships have been published previously the imposition of an environmental stress in the form of heat, cold, or high terrestrial altitude in many cases exacerbates the intensity of these endocrinological response in man and higher animals. The responsibility and lability of these hormonal adjustments, the availability and accessibility of the biological medium in man plasma, serum, urine, and the recent development of specific quantitative techniques for micro-assay high-pressure liquid chromatography, radioimmunoassay have combined to produce numerous reports on the human endocrineneuroendocrine response to exercise during heat, cold, or hypoxic stress. Keywords StressPhysiology Opioids ExercisePhysiology.

Subject Categories:

  • Hygiene and Sanitation

Distribution Statement:

APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE