Published in Health and Medicine Week, April 4th, 2005
According to scientists writing in the Journal of Applied Physiology, "Sustained and episodic hypoxic exposures lead, by two different mechanisms, to an increase in ventilation after the exposure is terminated. Our aim was to investigate whether the pattern of hypoxia, cyclic or sustained, influences sympathetic activity and hemodynamics in the postexposure period."
R. Tamisier and colleagues of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston explained, "We measured sympathetic activity (peroneal...
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