exercise pressor reflex

ex·er·cise pres·sor re·flex

(eks'ĕr-sīz pres'ŏr rē'fleks)
Reflex afferent neural input to the cardiovascular center in the medulla from proprioceptors (mechanoreceptors and metaboreceptors) in active muscles during exercise.
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Forearm training reduces the exercise pressor reflex during ischemic rhythmic handgrip.
Hemodynamic regulation by this reflex loop, termed as the exercise pressor reflex, is primarily mediated by the increased efferent sympathetic nerve activity [9].
The increase in arterial pressure evoked by activation of the exercise pressor reflex, the stimulation of the baroreflex receptors, and the control of the arterial pressure are a function of the subjects' cardiovascular response to the exercise (25).
The TRPV1 channel is also involved in the exercise pressor reflex. Smith et al.
The TRPv1 receptor is a mediator of the exercise pressor reflex in rats.
Forearm training reduces the exercise pressor reflex during ischemic rhythmic handgrip: Journal of Applied Physiology 1998; 84: 1277-283.
Exercise pressor reflex depends on the stimulation of mechanoreceptors and metaboreceptors.
This is analogous to the so-called exercise pressor reflex, where the accumulation of metabolites in appendicular skeletal muscles increases afferent signals through sensitive type III and IV fibers and augments reflex sympathetic drive (5).
The polynomial pattern response was most certainly a reflection of the many ways that the central command and the exercise pressor reflex can respond to allow for patterned HR responses in spite of impending volitional fatigue (10,12,14,15,19,22,24,25,31).
This has been termed as the exercise pressor reflex and explained as follows: [19] Two types of stimuli, mechanical and chemical, are thought to activate these muscle nerve fiber endings and trigger this reflex.
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