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Cardiovascular Fitness - ClinicalTrials.gov

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Last Updated: 10 November 2022

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Effects of Passive Heat Therapy on Oxygen Consumption and Cardiovascular Fitness in Adults

Heart disease is a significant public health issue worldwide, with a prevalence of over 5. 8 million Americans and 23 million people worldwide. The National Institute of Health recognizes heart disease as a significant public health issue with a prevalence of over 5. 8 million Americans and 23 million people worldwide. The benefits of heat therapy on cardiovascular and cardiovascular disease risk have been highlighted in recent studies. In obese rats fed a high-fat diet for a month, weekly HT increased whole body glucose tolerance and skeletal muscle insulin sensitivity, according to the Geiger laboratory. Improved endothelial function and hemodynamics in young, sedentary humans as a result of long-term HT, according to the first comprehensive review of long-term HT in young, sedentary humans, which were on par with those observed with exercise training in previously sedentary populations. The study team hypothesizes that HT may have beneficial effects by the effects of heat shock proteins on Nitric Oxide bioavailability. The use of HT as a global therapeutic approach and an alternative or complementary therapy to exercise fitness for patients with chronic disease is rapidly increasing. The study findings will be highly relevant because both men and women with increased cardiorespiratory fitness are at a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease in men and women. VO2max is the first to investigate the ability of chronic heat therapy to improve cardiorespiratory fitness as determined by maximum oxygen consumption. These findings may lead to the introduction of HT as a simple and effective way to improve cardiovascular health in a variety of populations, particularly those with exercise restrictions and comorbid disease states such as type 2 diabetes, dementia, and cardiovascular disease.

Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT04026126

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