Links between system of information processing in brain and heart rate among athletes with different individual-typological characteristic

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dc.contributor.author Yukhymenko Liliia
dc.contributor.author Makarchuk Mykola
dc.contributor.author Ieremenko Natalia
dc.contributor.author Korobeynikova Lesia
dc.contributor.author Korobeynikov Georgiy
dc.contributor.author Borysova Olha
dc.contributor.author Potop Vladimir
dc.contributor.author Gorashchenco Alexandr
dc.date.accessioned 2019-11-05T12:10:03Z
dc.date.available 2019-11-05T12:10:03Z
dc.date.issued 2019
dc.identifier.uri http://reposit.uni-sport.edu.ua/handle/787878787/1818
dc.description Links between system of information processing in brain and heart rate among athletes with different individual-typological characteristic / Liliia Yukhymenko, Mykola Makarchuk, Natalia Ieremenko, Lesia Korobeynikova, Georgiy Korobeynikov, Olha Borysova, Vladimir Potop, Alexandr Gorashchenco // Journal of Physical Education and Sport. - 2019. - P. 1041-1047. uk_UA
dc.description.abstract Purpose: study the systemic interaction of the brain and the heart during the information processing in athletes with different individual and typological properties of the higher parts of the central nervous system. Material: In 83 athletes while mental working were simultaneously registered: 1) electroencephalogram (EEG), central hemodynamics and heart rate variability (HRV); 2) cerebral hemodynamics and HRV; 3) EEG, HRV and electrical resistance of the skin. Individual and typological features of CNS were determined by functional mobility, strength, and equilibrium of the nervous processes. Results: It is revealed that brain-heart systemic interaction is organized in the form of a few clusters and has individual and typological features in athletes. The analysis of indicators of neurophysiological and vegetative functions of the surveyed persons indicates that during the processing of information, the interaction of the brain and the cardiovascular system of human was determined by the level of individual and typological properties of the higher parts of the CNS. This is manifested in athletes also during physical load. Conclusions: Brain-heart systemic interaction is caused by individual-typological properties of central nervous system. It is important for sport orientation, clinical prognosis of cardiovascular and neurological deviations, and optimization of rehabilitation measures. uk_UA
dc.language.iso en uk_UA
dc.publisher Journal of Physical Education and Sport uk_UA
dc.subject systemic interaction of brain and cardiovascular system uk_UA
dc.subject athletes uk_UA
dc.subject information processing uk_UA
dc.subject individual and typological characteristics uk_UA
dc.subject central nervous system uk_UA
dc.title Links between system of information processing in brain and heart rate among athletes with different individual-typological characteristic uk_UA
dc.type Article uk_UA


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