Vigorous exercise is harmful to health, but in professional sports and training, vigorous exercise cannot be avoided. Therefore, how to reduce and avoid violent sports injuries is a research topic of special importance in the field of sports medicine.
In the case of high-intensity exercise, the increase in oxygen consumption may lead to the generation of active oxygen. The balance between exercise-induced active oxygen and the body's antioxidant defense system plays a vital role in maintaining the muscle's physiological function. Of course, there is no problem with proper exercise. However, vigorous exercise will cause excessive production of active oxygen, which will disrupt the redox balance and cause oxidative stress. Excessive oxidative stress can lead to muscle fatigue, inflammation and various tissue diseases. These problems may be further exacerbated in sports competitions and training camps, especially in the case of vigorous exercise for many consecutive days. Therefore, under these circumstances, it is important to maintain antioxidant defense capabilities to protect the performance of athletes and protect them from oxidative damage.
Over the past 30 years, antioxidant supplements have been used as a defense strategy against exercise-induced oxidative damage. Hydrogen has been shown to have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory potential. There is increasing evidence that hydrogen can reduce oxidative stress caused by exercise. Hydrogen reduces acute oxidative stress caused by strenuous exercise. In addition, some previous studies have shown that hydrogen can improve muscle fatigue and pain, and optimize immune inflammation. Based on these findings, we hypothesized that hydrogen may increase antioxidant capacity, so that muscle performance and redox homeostasis can be maintained during days of intense exercise. To verify this, we studied the protective effect of drinking hydrogen water on healthy young men for 3 consecutive days of repeated strenuous exercise.
In the placebo water test, the change in the biological antioxidant capacity / reactive oxygen metabolite as an indicator of systemic antioxidant capacity from baseline gradually decreased over time.
However, exercise leads to an increase in the biological antioxidant capacity / active oxygen metabolite content, which is suppressed by hydrogen-rich water. This shows that violent exercise for a few consecutive days will cause the redox to lose balance. Drinking hydrogen-rich water helps maintain the redox balance, which may help prevent muscle fatigue caused by exercise. This study was approved by the Human Research Ethics Committee of Yamanashi University, Japan (Approval number: H26-008. December 17, 2014.)
To our knowledge, this is the first study to see if hydrogen water can inhibit cumulative muscle fatigue and oxidative damage caused by vigorous exercise for 3 consecutive days. The new finding of the study is that in the controlled trial, as an indicator of systemic antioxidant capacity, the change of BAP / d-ROMs from the baseline was reduced, but it was maintained by intake of hydrogen water during vigorous exercise for 3 consecutive days.
Vigorous exercise is harmful to health. Drinking hydrogen water can alleviate sports injuries. As a protection tool for professional sports, hydrogen has the advantages of no addition, various methods of use, and strong effects. All kinds of intense sports should be equipped with various hydrogen tools, inhalation, drinking, bathing, no less!
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