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Dexamethasone in resting and exercising men. I. Effects on bioenergetics, minerals, and related hormones.

A placebo and a low and a high dose of dexamethasone (Dex) were administered for 4.5 days, at 3-wk intervals, to 24 healthy men, following a double-blind, random-order, crossover procedure. After the last dose the subjects performed a maximal cycling exercise, during which respiratory exchanges, electrocardiogram, and blood pressures were monitored. Blood was sampled just before and after each exercise bout. Dex showed no significant effect on fitness, sleep, exhaustion during exercise, maximal O(2) consumption, ventilatory threshold, maximal blood lactate, or rest and exercise blood pressures. On the contrary, both doses of Dex significantly decreased heart rate at rest and during maximal exercise. Blood glucose at rest was higher after both doses of Dex than after placebo; the opposite was found during exercise. Blood levels of ACTH, beta-endorphin, cortisol, and cortisol-binding globulin were lowered by Dex at rest and after exercise. Dex stimulated the increase in atrial natriuretic factor during exercise and lowered rest and postexercise aldosterone. Finally, no difference between "fit or trained" and "less fit or untrained" subjects could be found with respect to Dex effects.[1]

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  1. Dexamethasone in resting and exercising men. I. Effects on bioenergetics, minerals, and related hormones. Marquet, P., Lac, G., Chassain, A.P., Habrioux, G., Galen, F.X. J. Appl. Physiol. (1999) [Pubmed]
 
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