Effect of One and Two Split Aerobic Exercise Sessions on Circadian Rhythm of Heart Rate and Blood Pressure
Circadian rhythms and their regulations specifically by exercise are a basic quality of human physiology, which have extensively been scrutinized in sport field. It is commonly known that, in healthy humans, heart rate (HR) and blood pressure (BP) along increase during the day and decrease during the night, as a result of sleep-wake or rest-exercise changes. It is difficult to describe circadian rhythms in variables relevant to sports and exercise, while at the same time provide information on their underlying mechanisms. Monitoring circadian rhythm variations of physiological variables due to exercise is of utmost importance concerning the cardiovascular health status of various populations in a society (Health classification, age groups, gender differences, chronic diseases, endocrinology etc.).