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Title: Article Review “Sensorimotor Criteria for the Formation of the Autonomic Overstrain of the Athletes’ Cardiovascular System”, authors Romanchuk O. P., Guzii O. V.
Authors: Polianska O. S.
Keywords: sensorimotor criteria
critical states
cardiovascular system
Issue Date: 20-Dec-2020
Publisher: International Journal of Science Annals
Citation: Polianska, O. S. (2020). Article Review “Sensorimotor criteria for the formation of the autonomic overstrain of the athletes’ cardiovascular system”, authors Romanchuk O. P., Guzii O. V. International Journal of Science Annals, 3(2), 39-40. doi:10.26697/ijsa.2020.2.7
Series/Report no.: Volume 3;№ 2 (2020);
Abstract: The paper of Romanchuk and Guzii on “Sensorimotor criteria for the formation of the autonomic overstrain of the athletes’ cardiovascular system” has been published in the International Journal of Science Annals, Vol. 3, No. 1, 2020. The problem of diagnosticating states of fatigue, cardiovascular overstrain and overtraining is important in the practice of current athletes examinations. This allows you to detect early signs of pathological states, which do not only limit the ability of sport perfection but also can lead to the development of critical states. The authors introduce into the training process of highly qualified athletes methods of spiroarteriocardiorhythmography (SACR) and computerized motion meter (CCM), which are express multifunctional methods of studying the cardiorespiratory and sensorimotor systems and can be used in the “field”. Algorithm for determining the autonomic regulation overstrain of the cardiovascular system, based on the well-known method that was suggested by Shlyk, is especially noteworthy. Based on determining the type of the heart rate autonomic regulation before, after and the next morning after training, the authors identified options that clearly characterize the autonomic regulation overstrain by sympathetic and parasympathetic type. It is shown that such options occur in about 10% of cases among highly qualified athletes. Namely, they are found in 19 out of 202 studied people. Of course, it would be appropriate to conduct other instrumental, hematological and biochemical studies that would characterize the proper humoral status of athletes.
Appears in Collections:Vol. 3, No.2, 2020

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