Short-term supplementation of vitamin D following a session of aerobic exhaustion on the tracheal resistance of overweight women with mild asthma
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Paper ID : 1584-11THCONF
1Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz
2Chamran martyr of Ahwaz University. Iran
3Department Of Physical Education, Martyr Chamran University Of Ahvaz, Iran
Introduction: Chronic pulmonary diseases are one of the most common diseases that cause disability and mortality in human societies. Meanwhile, one of the most common chronic diseases is asthma, which is due to respiratory distress and has a significant outbreak. Asthma, a respiratory disease, is a chronic inflammatory disorder of the airways, which causes respiratory tract stenosis and increases the sensitivity and resistance to airflow.Asthma, obesity or overweight are one of the factors that cause changes in the heart and blood vessels. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of short-term vitamin D supplementation on tracheal resistance in overweight women with mild asthma following an exhausting aerobic exercise. This is a quasi experimental study. The statistical population in this study is all overweight women with mild asthma in Ahvaz city.
Methodology: In the recall process, 35 patients were called in the physician's clinic, and 12 of them participated in the study. Every 12 people were considered as pre-test. To ensure the level of VO2max readiness and level, the Rocket Test and aerobic training for cardio respiratory tract patients were used to perform aerobic training until exhaustion. The Ganshorn model of the Spirometers (IF8) was used to evaluate pulmonary indexes.
Results: The results of the recent study showed that the amount of vitamin D supplementation (FVC, FEV1) with supplemental vitamin D following aerobic exercise to exhaustion had a significant difference in the level of this indicator in the pre-test stage in aerobic training with supplementation, Supplemental phase and exercise phase (P ≤ 0.05).
Discussion: The results of the studies showed that the levels of FVC (FEV1) tracheal resistance in the aerobic training with supplementation had a significant difference with the levels of this index in the pre-test, supplementary phase and exercise stage.