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Exercise Science 2013;22(3): 233-238. doi: https://doi.org/10.15857/ksep.2013.22.3.233
금연 유지 시 운동 유무에 따른 체내 니코틴과 호기 일산화탄소의 변화 연구
남상남, 강소형
Research on changes in in-body expiration carbon monoxide and nicotine according to physical exercise during non-smoking sessions
The purpose of this research is to analyze the effects of physical exercise during smoking inhibition session of smokers, on in-body nicotine and expiration carbon monoxide, and verify the effects of physical exercise as an effective method for success in quitting smoking. The subjects of this study were 60 smoking men, which we measured nicotine dependency, nicotine inside urine and carbon monoxide by dividing them into two groups of smoking and exercise(30 persons) and of smoking and non-exercise(30 persons). Data processing is done with use of SPSS-PC(Version 12.0), and we got the average and standard deviation for the result of all variations, and we executed independent t-test for the change of nicotine dependency and carbon monoxide between groups, and paired t-test for the change of nicotine dependency between groups and repeated measure ANOVA for the change of carbon monoxide. The summarized analysis is as follows. The nicotine dependence according to physical exercise decreased, and the changes in nicotine dependence among groups were also reduced, SNEG (smoking+nonexercise group) becoming 2.56±.49, and SEG (smoking+exercise group) recording 4.11±.8. Comparing the days that the subjects recorded 'negative' in urine nicotine tests according to physical activities, SNEG recorded 5.77±1.2 days and SEG 4.11±.78 days. The changes in carbon monoxide according to subjects' physical activity were as follows. SNEG showed an increase after 8 hours but then decreased (10.95±3.66 to 11.44±2.24) while SEG showed continuous decrease. Analyzing these research results, we have concluded that smokers' physical exercise during smoking inhibition periods positively affects in releasing in-body nicotine and expiration carbon monoxide. In the future there should be more concrete and various studies, such as the change of carbon monoxide and nicotine upon the tendency of change of quantitative nicotine value and upon change of time and kinds of exercise.
Key words: Smoking men, Nicotine, Carbon monoxide, Exercise
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