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The Effect of a Single Session of Aerobic or Resistance Exercise on Salivary Lipid Profile

Lahiji, Fatemeh and Vasaghi Gharamaleki, Behnoosh and Mirzaii Dizgah, Iraj and Abdollahi, Alireza and Attarbashi Moghadam, Behrouz (2015) The Effect of a Single Session of Aerobic or Resistance Exercise on Salivary Lipid Profile. Journal of Archives in Military Medicine, 3 (1). ISSN 2345-5071


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Background: Exercise and physical activity is an effective way for maintaining health by modifying lipid profile. Many studies reported that even a single session of exercise could affect blood lipid profile. Nowadays, saliva sampling is an effective and noninvasive method in disease diagnosis and monitoring health. Based on the results, there is a significant and positive association between saliva and blood lipid values. Objectives: Our aim was to assess acute effects of aerobic and resistance exercise on salivary lipid profile. Materials and Methods: In this randomized clinical trial study, forty-five non-athlete women (18-35 years old, 18.5 ≤ BMI ≤ 25) were put in three groups (aerobic, resistance and control). Aerobic group program consisted of 30 minutes of aerobic exercise at 60-75% maximum heart rate (MHR) intensity and resistance group performed five resistance exercises at intensity of 75% 2-RM. Salivary Lipid profile was measured after 12 hours of fasting at 8 a.m. and immediately after exercise. Results: One single session of aerobic and resistance did not induce significant change in salivary lipid profile. However, a significant difference was observed between changes in aerobic and resistance groups (P=0.03). Conclusions: This study suggested that one session of aerobic and resistance exercise with moderate intensity did not change salivary lipid profile.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: W Health professions > Medical Education W.18
Depositing User: User Mehran Mazaheri
Date Deposited: 23 Apr 2017 06:52
Last Modified: 23 Apr 2017 06:52

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