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Chemical and Mechanical Adaptations of the Respiratory System at Rest and During Exercise in Healthy Human Pregnancy: Implications for Respiratory Sensation
Human pregnancy is characterized by significant increases in central ventilatory drive and perceived respiratory discomfort (breathlessness). The physiological mechanisms of hyperventilation and breathlessness in pregnancy ...
Effects of Pregnancy and Physical Activity on Angiogenesis and Endothelial Function: Implications for the Development of Preeclampsia
Prospective epidemiological studies indicate that regular exercise during the year prior to conception reduces preeclampsia risk, whereas exercise during affects pregnancy reduces preeclampsia risk only at specific dosages, ...
Dysfunctional Muscle Blood Flow Regulation During Exercise in Type 2 Diabetes
There is some evidence to suggest that oxygen consumption (VO2) and oxygen delivery to muscle are reduced at exercise onset and steady state in individuals with type 2 diabetes (T2D), although no studies have combined ...