Citrulline malate supplementation might potentiate post-exercise hypotension in hypertensives: A 24-hour analysis

ConclusionAcute citrulline malate supplementation might potentiate the post-exercise hypotension effects in hypertensive individuals.RésuméObjectifLa présente étude visait à déterminer si une supplémentation en malate de citrulline pouvait influer sur la réponse aiguë de la pression artérielle après l’exercice chez les hypertendus.MéthodesQuarante adultes hypertendus et sédentaires ont été répartis au hasard dans l’un des quatre groupes expérimentaux (placebo témoin, citrulline témoin, placebo d’exercice et citrulline d’exercice). Les volontaires ont ingéré un sachet contenant un placebo (6 grammes) ou du malate de citrulline (6 grammes). Au cours de la séance d’exercice, les participants ont effectué 40 minutes de marche/course sur un tapis roulant à 60–70 % de la fréquence cardiaque en réserve. Pour la séance de contrôle, ils sont restés assis au repos pendant 40 minutes. La tension artérielle au bureau a été prise toutes les 10 minutes jusqu’à l’achèvement de 60 minutes après la session expérimentale. Le tensiomètre ambulatoire a été programmé pour prendre les lectures toutes les 20 minutes (heure de veille) et toutes les 30...
Source: Science and Sports - Category: Sports Medicine Source Type: research

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