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The effects of Combine Training Program on Level Adipsin and Insulin Resistance in Female Multiple Sclerosis Patients (MS)
Zahra Raisi , Farzane Kaveh , Mohammad Faramarzi * , Zahra Hemati farsani
exercise physiology, esfahan University, Shahrekord, Iran
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Backgrounds and Objectives: Adipokine Adipsin is one of the important adipose tissue proteins and has a beneficial role in maintaining beta cell function. The aim of this study was to examine the effect of 12-week rhythmic combined training on plasma adipsin levels and insulin resistance in Multiple Sclerosis Patients (MS) women.
Materials and Methods: In this semi-experimental study, 96 female patients with MS were selected on the basis of disability levels and divided into three groups, low disability (n=44), moderate disability (n=26) and sever disability (n=26). Training program include 12 weeks combined training, three sessions per week and 45 to 60 minute for each session. Resting levels of Adipsin and Insulin Resistance were measured 24 h before and 48 h after training programs
Results: The findings showed that after 12 weeks of combine training, plasma adipsin levels in low disability group significantly decrease (p=0.002). Also, 12 weeks of combined exercise significantly decreased insulin resistance in the low and severe disability group, but no significant decrease in the group with moderate disability.
Conclusions: Therefore, combine training induce changes in weight, body fat percentage, BMI and waist circumference, lipids profile and decrease the plasma adipsin level in MS women
Keywords: Women, Combine training, Adipsin, Insulin Resistance, Multiple Sclerosis
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Type of Study: Letter to Editor | Subject: Physiology varzeshi
Received: 2021/02/5 | Revised: 2022/01/15 | Accepted: 2021/06/13

Research code: 23821402932034
Ethics code: 23821402932034
Clinical trials code: irct201609301999n7

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