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半身浴による生理変化

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Title: 半身浴による生理変化
Other Titles: Physiological Changes by Half-body Bathing
Authors: 山崎, 律子1 Browse this author
本多, 泰揮2 Browse this author
原田, 潮3 Browse this author
鈴木, 裕二4 Browse this author
大塚, 吉則5 Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Authors(alt): Yamazaki, Ritsuko1
Honda, Yasuki2
Harada, Ushio3
Suzuki, Yuji4
Ohtsuka, Yoshinori5
Keywords: half body bathing
repeating bathing
resting energy expenditure
blood flow
physiological change
Issue Date: May-2007
Publisher: 日本温泉気候物理医学会
Journal Title: 日本温泉気候物理医学会雑誌
Volume: 70
Issue: 3
Start Page: 165
End Page: 171
Abstract: Purpose: Half-body bathing is popular among young women as well as elderly people. As a matter of fact, it is reported that half-body bathing has a smaller burden than whole-body bathing from the point of physical influence. To clarify the relation between bathing habitude and health maintenance, that is, as an approach to general understanding the physiological effects by repeating bathing stimuli, the physiological changes by continuing half-body bathing were studied. Methods: Half-body bathing was repeated for 4 weeks in healthy female subjects (N=10, age:30.1±4.8, height:160.4±6.1cm, weight:55.6±7.0kg, body mass index:20.9±1.6kg/m2, mean±SD). Bathing was performed for 30 minutes and 3times a week, with a level of epigastrium without immersing arms. Changes of blood flow and energy expenditure were measured during bathing at 0W and 4W. Results and Discussion: By continuing bathing, blood flow increased more rapidly and higher during bathing, in addition, resting energy expenditure increased by 200 kcal/day with a significant difference. From these findings, it is assumed that repeated half-body bathing enhances the increase of blood flow through repeating thermal stimuli, which leads to elevated basal metabolism.
Type: article
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2115/44062
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Submitter: 大塚 吉則

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