Год издания: 2016
Ключевые слова: Blood, Cortisol, Insulin, Medicinal plants, Recreation, Workability, beta endorphin, hydrocortisone, insulin, adaptation, Article, cluster analysis, controlled study, human, human experiment, hydrocortisone blood level, insulin blood level, medicinal plant, motor performance, normal human, recreation, stress, work capacity
Аннотация: To show dynamic of adaptation hormones content in blood under influence of specific factors of workability recreation in students with high motor functioning level. In the research 43 students with high motor functioning level participated. All students were informed about sense of experiment and gave written consent for participation. The students were divided into six groups (3 control groups and 3 experimental groups) by pair-wise selection by individual features of adaptation systems' functioning. For dividing of students into groups we used hierarchic cluster analysis. For recreation of workability we applied natural methods (medicinal plants). The research took 4 months. Medicinal plants were used in four cycles (21 days each with 7 days' pauses). Application of medicinal plants facilitated normalization of cortisol and insulin in blood and reduction of index of adaptation system's tension. We showed the role of the worked out recreational methodic as modulator of organism's adaptation systems. Changes of adaptation systems' tension index and ?-endorphins' content witness about role of the applied recreation system as modulator of adaptation processes. We showed optimization of cortisol and insulin content in blood under influence of special workability recreation methodic. It witnesses about purposefulness of analysis of blood hormonal content for determination of level of long term adaptation to stresses. We also showed possibilities of medicinal plants' application for recreation of students' physical workability.
Журнал: Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences
Выпуск журнала: Vol. 7, Is. 2
Номера страниц: 1068-1077
ISSN журнала: 09758585
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