ENDOCRINE RESPONSES IN EXERCISE

Şahzade Arslan

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Background/Objective: The aim of this review is to provide general information about some important hormones that are closely related to exercise and information about their use for clinical and performance enhancement will be given. Methods: In this study, the related literature was studied by using the screening model. Data were obtained from various articles and internet websites. Conclusion: The effects of exercise on hormone secretion are one of the most important issues of sports physiology and sports health research. The developments and progress that have taken place in many areas in the century we live in bring about many innovations about exercise. The physiological dimension of exercise is also an important parameter that should be evaluated by experts in the field. The determination of the relationship between the endocrine system and the physiological changes occurring during and after exercise, whether for sporting or health purposes, is important in terms of human health and beneficial exercise practices. As a result, it is important to understand the general information about the endocrine system, hormones and their clinical uses in terms of healthy and consciously exercise practices.

 

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exercise, hormones, endocrine responses

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejpe.v6i5.3217

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