exercise hypotension

Decreased blood pressure that occurs at maximum/near-maximum workload in 0.23% of men and 1.45% of women during vigourous exercise, unrelated to age. Exercise hypotension is associated with left ventricular dysfunction and severe coronary artery disease

exercise hypotension

A ↓ in systolic BP that occurs at maximum/near-maximal workload in 0.23% of ♂ and 1.45% of ♀ during vigorous exercise, unrelated to age. Cf Exercise hypertension.
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Potential causes, mechanisms, and implications of post exercise hypotension. J Hum Hypertens 2002;16:225-36.
MacDonald, "Potential causes, mechanisms, and implications of post exercise hypotension," Journal of Human Hypertension, vol.
The effects of exercising muscle mass on post exercise hypotension. J Hum Hypertens 2000;14(5):317-20.
The effects of exercise intensity on post exercise hypotension. J Hum Hypertens 13: 527 531.
It should not be overlooked that one possible contributing factor to his exercise hypotension may have been fluid withdrawal during the HD process.
Quads may experience exercise hypotension or complain of dizziness or lightheadedness (see "Rx for Fitness, Part 1," April 1995).
The effect of exercise intensity on postresistance exercise hypotension in trained men.
(1999) The effects of exercise intensity on post exercise hypotension. Journal of Human Hypertension 13, 527-531.
Although, the present investigation was the first study about the post plyometric exercise hypotension, more studies are needed to define the role of plyometric exercise in management of BP in human subjects.
Low blood pressure (exercise hypotension) often occurs when blood pools in the legs in conjunction with the shunting of blood to the working muscles of the arms during aerobic activities.