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Author Bergin, Maryanne G
Title Sedentary Behavior : Physiology, Health Risks and Interventions
Imprint Hauppauge : Nova Science Publishers, Incorporated, 2011
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Series Public Health in the 21st Century
Public Health in the 21st Century
Note Intro -- SEDENTARY BEHAVIOR: PHYSIOLOGY, HEALTH RISKS AND INTERVENTIONS -- SEDENTARY BEHAVIOR: PHYSIOLOGY, HEALTH RISKS AND INTERVENTIONS -- CONTENTS -- PREFACE -- Chapter 1 HEALTHY BRAIN AND WELL-BEING: SEDENTARY LIFESTYLE CAN IMPACT COGNITIVE ABILITY ADVERSELY -- ABSTRACT -- INTRODUCTION -- 1. PLASTICITY OF THE BRAIN -- 2. OXIDATIVE STRESS AND COGNITION: GENERAL CONCEPTS -- 2.1. Free radicals -- 2.2. Antioxidant Defense -- 3. ENVIRONMENTAL ENRICHMENT AND THE BRAIN -- 3.1. Run Training -- 3.2. Swim Exercise -- 3.3. Walking -- 4. EPIDEMIOLOGY OF SEDENTARY BEHAVIOR -- Exercise, Experience and Training Dependent Plasticity -- CONCLUSION -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 2 SEDENTARY BEHAVIORS, SEDENTARY TIME AND CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS -- ABSTRACT -- INTRODUCTION -- SEDENTARINESS: BEYOND THE ABSENCE OF EXERCISE -- PREVALENCE OF SEDENTARY BEHAVIORS IN YOUNG PEOPLE -- SEDENTARY BEHAVIORS AND CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS -- Lipid Profile -- Blood Pressure -- Insulin Resistance -- Obesity and Abdominal Fat -- Composite CVD Risk Scores -- SEDENTARY TIME AND CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS -- Insulin Resistance -- Hypertension -- Lipid Profile -- Waist Circumference and Whole Body Fat Mass -- Composite CVD Risk Scores -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 3 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND BODY MASS COMPOSITION IN PEOPLE WITH CARDIOVASCULAR RISK -- ABSTRACT -- INTRODUCTION -- METHODOLOGY -- RESULTS -- ANALYSIS AND DISCUSSION -- CONCLUSION -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 4 DIETARY INTAKE DURING SCREEN TIME AMONG PREMENOPAUSAL WOMEN -- ABSTRACT -- INTRODUCTION -- Purpose -- METHODS -- Participants -- Procedure -- Measures -- Statistical Analysis -- RESULTS -- Associations of Adiposity Measures with Screen Time -- Total Dietary Intake by Screen Time Category
Percent of Dietary Intake that Occurred During Screen Time -- Comparison of Dietary Intake during Television and Computer Use -- DISCUSSION -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 5 SEDENTARY BEHAVIOR AND CHILDHOOD OBESITY PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT -- ABSTRACT -- INTRODUCTION -- SEDENTARY BEHAVIOR PATTERNS AMONG CHILDREN AND YOUTH -- ASSOCIATION OF SEDENTARY BEHAVIORS AND OBESITY AMONG CHILDREN AND YOUTH -- DETERMINANTS OF SEDENTARY BEHAVIOR AMONG CHILDREN AND YOUTH -- Preschoolers -- Children and youth -- CHILDHOOD OBESITY INTERVENTIONS PRIMARILY TARGETING SEDENTARY BEHAVIORS -- Obesity Prevention Programs -- Obesity Treatment Programs -- IMPLICATIONS AND CONCLUSION -- ACKNOWLEDGMENT -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 6 CONSEQUENCES OF MODERN LIFESTYLE TO HEALTH: HOW TO PREVENT IT? A REVIEW -- ABSTRACT -- 1. INTRODUCTION -- 2. SAFELY IT IS ALL CAUSED BY THE ENVIRONMENT? -- 3. OBESITY AS A SERIOUS WORLDWIDE PUBLIC HEALTH PROBLEM: CAUSES, IMPLICATIONS AND CONSEQUENCES -- 3.1. Neural Control of Energy Balance: Lessons from Rodent Models -- 4. NEW ADVANCES IN THERAPY FOR OBESITY AND DIABETES -- 5. PREVENTION IS THE KEY -- 6. CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 7 OVERALL ADAPTATION OF PEOPLE SHIFTING THEIR BEHAVIOUR FROM A FULLY SEDENTARY TO A SLIGHTLY ACTIVE LIFESTYLE -- ABSTRACT -- INTRODUCTION -- DATA FROM BED REST STUDIES -- DATA FROM DIABETIC ELDERLY PEOPLE -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 8 SEDENTARY LIFESTYLE AND HEALTH RISK -- ABSTRACT -- INTRODUCTION -- RESULTS -- PREVALENCE OF PHYSICAL INACTIVITY -- SEX AND AGE GROUPS -- DEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS -- SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS -- EDUCATIONAL LEVEL -- ETHNIC FACTOR -- SEDENTARY LIFESTYLE: HEALTH RISK FACTORS ASSOCIATED -- Obesity -- DIABETES -- METABOLIC SYNDROME AND CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS -- OSTEOPOROSIS -- CANCER -- POOR MUSCULAR FITNESS -- PSYCHOSOCIAL FACTORS -- LOW BACK PAIN -- CONCLUSION
REFERENCES -- Chapter 9 EXERCISE TRAINING: ROLE IN COUNTERACTING SEDENTARITY AND OBESITY -- ABSTRACT -- INTRODUCTION -- METHODS AND MATERIALS -- Animals and Treatments -- Experimental Protocol: -- Determination of Hormonal and Biochemical Parameters: -- STATISTICAL ANALYSIS -- RESULTS -- DISCUSSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 10 EXERCISE ATTENUATES AGE-RELATED DEFICITS OF SPINAL CORD INJURY -- ABSTRACT -- SPINAL CORD INJURY -- DEMYELINATION AND REMYELINATION IN SCI -- AGE-ASSOCIATED DEFICITS FOLLOWING SCI -- EXERCISE INCREASES GROWTH FACTOR EXPRESSION -- THE BENEFITS OF EXERCISE ON SCI -- EXERCISE ATTENUATES AGE-ASSOCIATED DEFICITS OF SCI -- EXERCISE INCREASES THE EXPRESSION OF GROWTH FACTORS IN YHE AGED INJURED SPINAL CORD -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- SHORT COMMUNICATIONS -- Short Communication SEDENTARY BEHAVIOR AFFECTS THE CARDIOVASCULAR AUTONOMIC REGULATION -- ABSTRACT -- EVIDENCES -- MECHANISMS -- CONSEQUENCES -- INTERVENTIONS -- REFERENCES -- Short Communication EFFECT OF SEDENTARY BEHAVIOR ON MOOD -- ABSTRACT -- INTRODUCTION -- STUDIES USING CLINICALLY DEPRESSED POPULATIONS -- STUDIES USING NON-CLINICALLY DEPRESSED POPULATIONS -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Short Communication INFLUENCE OF SEDENTARY AND ACTIVE BEHAVIORS ON INSULIN SENSITIVITY AND GLUCOSE UPTAKE -- ABSTRACT -- REFERENCES -- Expert commentary NOT ONLY SEDENTARY BEHAVIOR, BUT ALSO STRENUOUS EXERCISE CAN INDUCE HEALTH DAMAGES -- ABSTRACT -- REFERENCES -- INDEX
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