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The Analysis of Exercise on the Immune Responses
Immune Network ; : 117-123, 2005.
Article in Korean | WPRIM | ID: wpr-40269
Responsible library: WPRO
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The immune response to any stimulus is complex, requiring coordinated action by several types of cells in a tightly regulated sequence. Thus, a physical stress such as exercise may act at any number of points in the complex sequence of events collectively termed the immune response. Although exercise causes many propound changes in parameters of immune function, the nature and magnitude of such changes rely on several factors including the immune parameters of interest; type, intensity, and duration of exercise; fitness level or exercise history of the subject; environmental factors such as ambient temperature and humidity. Although regular moderate exercise appears to be important factor for increasing immunity, Athletes are susceptible to illness, in particular upper respiratory track infection, during periods of intense training and after competition. In addition, in elite athletes, frequent illness is associated with overtraining syndrome, a neuroendocrine disorder resulting from excessive training. Through this paper, we want to investigate the effects of exercise on the immunosuppression such as exercise induced lymphopenia, asthma, anaphylaxis, URT (upper respiratory track), and TB (tuberculosis) infection. and also, we want to suggest a direct mechanism, protection and therapy of exercise induced immunosuppression.
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Full text: Available Index: WPRIM (Western Pacific) Main subject: Asthma / Humans / Immunosuppression Therapy / Athletes / Humidity / Anaphylaxis / Lymphopenia Language: Korean Journal: Immune Network Year: 2005 Type: Article

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Full text: Available Index: WPRIM (Western Pacific) Main subject: Asthma / Humans / Immunosuppression Therapy / Athletes / Humidity / Anaphylaxis / Lymphopenia Language: Korean Journal: Immune Network Year: 2005 Type: Article