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Title :要介護予防に有効な運動条件に関する研究-運動様式に着目して-
Authors :楢﨑 兼司
Issue Date :31-Oct-2017
Abstract :There is a consensus in public health professionals that prevention of long-term care in community-dwelling older people is one of the most urgent national issues in the modern aging society. Previous studies suggest that daily physical activity in midlife and old age can be helpful to prevent many disieases including diabetes, metabolic syndrome, some types of cancers, cardiovascular diseases, and dementia. Because these diseases are considered as potentioal etiologies of long-term care, daily physical activity is also expected to reduce the risk for long-term care, and thus, serve as a modifiable protective factor useful in the primary prevention of long-term care. However, knowledge regarding effective exercise regimen for the prevention of long-tem care has been still limited. The present research project was performed in the 2015-2016 academic years as a part of on-going examination for pursuing the effective exercise regimen. The specific aim of the present project was to compare changes in the circulating level of biomarkers associated with the preventive effects of exerise for long-term care in middle-aged and older men during two modarate exercise formats. This paper provides a brief summary for the project.
Type Local :紀要論文
ISSN :18843093
Publisher :福岡工業大学エレクトロニクス研究所
Comment :著者所属 : 福岡工業大学社会環境学科(Department of Socio-Environmental Studies, Fukuoka Institute of Technology )
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/11478/780
citation :福岡工業大学エレクトロニクス研究所所報
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Citation :福岡工業大学エレクトロニクス研究所所報 Vol.11 p.11 -13
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