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1945 19
1946 93
1947 93
1948 93
1949 89
1950 162
1951 164
1952 150
1953 163
1954 214
1955 192
1956 243
1957 233
1958 209
1959 207
1960 155
1961 156
1962 193
1963 238
1964 272
1965 145
1966 85
1967 98
1968 100
1969 103
1970 123
1971 178
1972 148
1973 145
1974 195
1975 187
1976 225
1977 286
1978 273
1979 340
1980 352
1981 360
1982 389
1983 419
1984 475
1985 500
1986 498
1987 476
1988 963
1989 1688
1990 2024
1991 2244
1992 2361
1993 2243
1994 2232
1995 2474
1996 2563
1997 2768
1998 2892
1999 3311
2000 3702
2001 3994
2002 4175
2003 4564
2004 4925
2005 5570
2006 6459
2007 6883
2008 7673
2009 8077
2010 8898
2011 9738
2012 10700
2013 11437
2014 12296
2015 13159
2016 14964
2017 15891
2018 15317
2019 7851
2020 113
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Exercise intensity and hypertension: what's new?
Boutcher YN and Boutcher SH. J Hum Hypertens 2017 - Review. PMID 27604656
One bout of aerobic exercise and regular participation in aerobic exercise has been shown to result in a lowering of office and ambulatory blood pressure of hypertensive individuals. Higher-intensity aerobic exercise, up to 70% of maximal oxygen consumption, does not produce a greater hypotensive effect, compared with moderate-intensity aerobic exercise. ...
One bout of aerobic exercise and regular participation in aerobic exercise has been shown to result in a lowering of office an …
Benefits of Exercise in the Older Population.
Galloza J, et al. Phys Med Rehabil Clin N Am 2017 - Review. PMID 29031333
There is high-quality evidence that exercise activity has many favorable benefits for older adults. The ideal exercise program in older adults should include aerobic, resistance, flexibility, and balance training. The exercise recommendations should be individually tailored to the abilities, precautions, and goals of each person. They also should be of sufficient intensity, volume, and duration in order to achieve maximal benefits....
There is high-quality evidence that exercise activity has many favorable benefits for older adults. The ideal exercise program …
Exercise as a Positive Modulator of Brain Function.
Alkadhi KA. Mol Neurobiol 2018 - Review. PMID 28466271
In this review, the effects on brain function of various forms of exercise and exercise mimetics in humans and animal experiments are compared and discussed. Possible mechanisms of the beneficial effects of exercise including the role of neurotrophic factors and others are also discussed....
In this review, the effects on brain function of various forms of exercise and exercise mimetics in humans and animal experime …
Effects of exercise and physical activity on depression.
Dinas PC, et al. Ir J Med Sci 2011 - Review. PMID 21076975
AIM: In this paper, we review the evidence published to date in order to determine whether exercise and physical activity can be used as therapeutic means for acute and chronic depression. Topics covered include the definition, classification criteria and treatment of depression, the link between β-endorphin and exercise, the efficacy of exercise and physical activity as treatments for depression, properties of exercise stimuli used in intervention programs, as well as the efficacy of exercise and physical activity for treating depression in diseased individuals. ...
AIM: In this paper, we review the evidence published to date in order to determine whether exercise and physical activity can be used …
Sleep and athletic performance: the effects of sleep loss on exercise performance, and physiological and cognitive responses to exercise.
Fullagar HH, et al. Sports Med 2015 - Review. PMID 25315456
Much of the previous research has reported that exercise performance is negatively affected following sleep loss; however, conflicting findings mean that the extent, influence, and mechanisms of sleep loss affecting exercise performance remain uncertain. ...Based on this context, this review aims to evaluate the importance and prevalence of sleep in athletes and summarises the effects of sleep loss (restriction and deprivation) on exercise performance, and physiological and cognitive responses to exercise. ...
Much of the previous research has reported that exercise performance is negatively affected following sleep loss; however, conflictin …
Physical activity and mental health: the association between exercise and mood.
Peluso MA and Guerra de Andrade LH. Clinics (Sao Paulo) 2005 - Review. PMID 15838583 Free article.
However, studies have shown that in addition to its beneficial effects, physical activity can also be associated with impaired mental health, being related to disturbances like "excessive exercise" and "overtraining syndrome". ...This article reviews the information available regarding the relationship between physical activity and mental health, specifically addressing the association between exercise and mood....
However, studies have shown that in addition to its beneficial effects, physical activity can also be associated with impaired mental health …
Adaptations of skeletal muscle mitochondria to exercise training.
Lundby C and Jacobs RA. Exp Physiol 2016 - Review. PMID 26440213 Free article.
With exercise training, Mito(VD) may increase by up to 40% and is, for the most part, related to an increase in Mito(IMF). Exercise-induced adaptations in mitochondrial function depend on the intensity of training and appear to be explained predominately by an increased expression of mitochondrial enzymes that facilitate aerobic metabolism. ...
With exercise training, Mito(VD) may increase by up to 40% and is, for the most part, related to an increase in Mito(IMF). Exercis
Effects of Exercise on Physical and Mental Health, and Cognitive and Brain Functions in Schizophrenia: Clinical and Experimental Evidence.
Rimes RR, et al. CNS Neurol Disord Drug Targets 2015 - Review. PMID 26556069
Exercise promotes several health benefits, such as cardiovascular, musculoskeletal and cardiorespiratory improvements. It is believed that the practice of exercise in individuals with psychiatric disorders, e.g. schizophrenia, can cause significant changes. ...Therefore, it is important that further studies be undertaken to expand the knowledge of physical exercise on mental health in people with schizophrenia, as well as its dose-response and the most effective type of exercise....
Exercise promotes several health benefits, such as cardiovascular, musculoskeletal and cardiorespiratory improvements. It is believed
Exercise and mental health: many reasons to move.
Deslandes A, et al. Neuropsychobiology 2009 - Review. PMID 19521110 Free article.
Even though exercise itself might act as a stressor, it has been demonstrated that it reduces the harmful effects of other stressors when performed at moderate intensities. ...The overwhelming evidence present in the literature today suggests that exercise ensures successful brain functioning....
Even though exercise itself might act as a stressor, it has been demonstrated that it reduces the harmful effects of other stressors …
Blood-brain barrier permeability and physical exercise.
Małkiewicz MA, et al. J Neuroinflammation 2019 - Review. PMID 30678702 Free PMC article.
The positive role of exercise in multiple sclerosis and Alzheimer's disease is described. Finally, the potential role of conditioning as well as the effect of exercise on BBB tight junctions is outlined. ...Further research is needed as the impact of exercise is yet to be fully elucidated....
The positive role of exercise in multiple sclerosis and Alzheimer's disease is described. Finally, the potential role of conditioning …
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