publication . Other literature type . Article . 2014

Evidence that transient changes in sudomotor output with cold and warm fluid ingestion are independently modulated by abdominal, but not oral thermoreceptors

Nathan B. Morris; Anthony R. Bain; Matthew N. Cramer; Ollie Jay;
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  • Published: 15 Apr 2014
  • Publisher: American Physiological Society
Abstract
<jats:p> Two studies were performed to 1) characterize changes in local sweat rate (LSR) following fluid ingestion of different temperatures during exercise, and 2) identify the potential location of thermoreceptors along the gastrointestinal tract that independently modify sudomotor activity. In study 1, 12 men cycled at 50% V̇o<jats:sub>2peak</jats:sub> for 75 min while ingesting 3.2 ml/kg of 1.5°C, 37°C, or 50°C fluid 5 min before exercise; and after 15, 30, and 45-min of exercise. In study 2, 8 men cycled at 50% V̇o<jats:sub>2peak</jats:sub> for 75 min while 3.2 ml/kg of 1.5°C or 50°C fluid was delivered directly into the stomach via a nasogastric tube (NG t...
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free text keywords: Articles, Physiology (medical), Physiology, Thermoregulation, Sudomotor, Ingestion, Anesthesia, SWEAT, Chemistry, Thermoreceptor
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publication . Other literature type . Article . 2014

Evidence that transient changes in sudomotor output with cold and warm fluid ingestion are independently modulated by abdominal, but not oral thermoreceptors

Nathan B. Morris; Anthony R. Bain; Matthew N. Cramer; Ollie Jay;