Effect of point sticking therapy on biochemical markers and rating of perceived exertion in athletes with exercise-induced fatigue View Full Text


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DATE

2012-10

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Xing-hong Bing, Wen-jia Yang, Yun-fei Chen

ABSTRACT

To observe the effect of point sticking therapy on biochemical markers and Rating of Perceived Exertion (RPE) in athletes with exercise-induced fatigue. A total of 35 football players were randomly allocated into a blank group, a control group and an observation group. The athletes in the blank group received no treatment, those in the control group take Xi Yang Shen (Radix Panacis Quinquefolii) orally and those in the observation group were treated by point sticking therapy. The athletes’ RPE, hemoglobin (Hb), red blood cell count (RBC), blood urea nitrogen (BUN) and blood glucose (BG) were recorded every day for analysis. The RPE value in the blank group tends to increase, while that in the treatment and the blank groups tend to increase first but decrease afterwards, and the corresponding RPE value in the observation group was smaller than that in the control group. After treatment, athletes in the blank group showed a decrease in Hb, RBC and BG, but an increase in BUN in the blank group; while athletes in the observation and the control groups showed increases in Hb, RBC and BG, but a decrease in BUN. Point sticking can alleviate clinical symptoms induced by exercise-induced fatigue. More... »

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271-276

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  • 2009-04. Research progress in sports fatigue prevented and treated by acupuncture in JOURNAL OF ACUPUNCTURE AND TUINA SCIENCE
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