Heat, Hydration and the Human Brain, Heart and Skeletal Muscles

Volume: 49, Issue: S1, Pages: 69 - 85
Published: Jan 22, 2019
Abstract
People undertaking prolonged vigorous exercise experience substantial bodily fluid losses due to thermoregulatory sweating. If these fluid losses are not replaced, endurance capacity may be impaired in association with a myriad of alterations in physiological function, including hyperthermia, hyperventilation, cardiovascular strain with reductions in brain, skeletal muscle and skin blood perfusion, greater reliance on muscle glycogen and...
Paper Details
Title
Heat, Hydration and the Human Brain, Heart and Skeletal Muscles
Published Date
Jan 22, 2019
Volume
49
Issue
S1
Pages
69 - 85
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