Sympathetic inhibition attenuates hypoxia induced insulin resistance in healthy adult humans.
J Physiol. 2012 May 8
Peltonen GL, Scalzo RL, Schweder MM, Larson DG, ..., Irwin D, Hamilton KL, Schroeder T, Bell C. Peltonen GL, Scalzo RL, Schweder MM, Larson DG, Luckasen GJ, Irwin D, Hamilton KL, Schroeder T, Bell C. J Physiol. 2012 May 8
The hypoxia-induced increased resistance to insulin is a clinically relevant metabolic impairment to be considered in subjects either exposed to high altitude hypoxia or suffering from several pulmonary diseases. By showing that inhibition of central sympathetic drive reduces the hypoxia-induced insulin resistance, the authors of...
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