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Exerc Sci > Volume 20(3); 2011 > Article
Exercise Science 2011;20(3): 195-204. doi: https://doi.org/10.15857/ksep.2011.20.3.195
새천년 건강체조가 고혈압 고령여성의 엔도텔린-1 및 nitrite에 미치는 영향
옥희연, 김미자, 김종국, 김영준, 소용석
동아대학교
The effects of Sae-Cheon-Nyeon Health Gymnastics on endothelin-1 and nitrite in hypertensive old women.
ABSTRACT
The purpose of this study is to verify exercise effects in reducing the blood pressure by analyzing the effects of Sae-Cheon-Nyeon Health Gymnastics on endothelin-1 and nitrite in hypertensive old women. The subjects were 29 old women (older 65 ages) who participated in Sae-Cheon-Nyeon Health Gymnastics for elderly program and they were classified into HC (hypertension Control) group 10 of women, HE (hypertension exercise) group 9 of women with stage 1 hypertension (SBP 140~159 mmHg or DBP 90~99 mmHg) and NE (normal exercise) group of 10 women. Exercise program was 60 minutes per day and 3 times per a week for 12 weeks. Sae-Cheon-Nyeon Health Gymnastics (50% HRR and about 6 minutes) was performed 4 times and active rest performed 3 times for 1 minutes so that rest blood pressure, heart rate, ET-1 and nitrite might be analyzed. The results of the research showd that systolic blood pressure, heart rate, endothelin-1 and nitrite had a significant difference between the periods, systolic blood pressure, diastolic blood pressure and nitrite had a significant difference between groups. It was shown that long-term Sae-Cheon-Nyeon Health Gymnastics increased nitrite and decreased blood pressure. Therefore, it be suggested to help lower blood pressure of hypertensive elderly.
Key words: Sae-Cheon-Nyeon Health Gymnastics, Hypertension, Old woman, ET-1 (endpthelin-1), Nitrite
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