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3 2021, 1(4): 224-236 Back to browse issues page
Strategies to prevent the harmful effects of environmental pollutants on the athletes ' respiratory performance: A review
Reza Sabzvari rad Dr., Farshid Alzamiani noodeh, Ali Moradi *
Baqiyatallah university of medical sciences
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Background: Air pollution is a major problem worldwide and is a serious problem for athletes who exercise or compete in urban environment. Exercise results in increased minute ventilation and increased exposure to pollutants and environmental pollution Hence The aim of this study was Strategies to prevent the harmful effects of environmental pollutants on the athletes chr('39')  respiratory performance.
Methods: This study is a systematic review and the literature of this study  are collected in mesh without time limit using the websites of Pubmed, google Scholar, SID, PubMed, Irandoc, Science direct, Scopus and searching for the two keywords "environmental pollutants" and " the athletes chr('39')  respiratory performance ". Of these, 84 articles related to the subject of the present study were adapted and divided into two categories: abstracts and complete articles and were examined in depth based on the degree of novelty.
Results: Protective behaviors of athletes, such as running away from pollutants, exercising in parks and during the hours with the lowest concentration of pollution, being aware of the concentration of pollutants in the environment, exercising early in the day (before 7am), Not attending and competing in the early hours of summer especially for athletes with asthma, absence of asthmatic athletes in places and high hours, use Protective masks during exercise, indoor exercise in times of severe air pollution, and transporting them from low-traffic areas to stadiums or racing environments, improving air quality and vitamin intake C, A, E, D and consumption of probiotic products help reduce the harmful effects of environmental pollutants on athleteschr('39') respiratory performance.
Discussion and conclusion: The severity of respiratory symptoms and the consequent decrease in respiratory function in athletes following exposure to environmental pollutants are influenced by the duration and intensity of exercise, the athletechr('39')s underlying disease, the type of pollutant, Distance and proximity to areas with high pollution and hours of exposure to pollutants.
Keywords: Environmental pollutants, Respiratory performance, Athletes
Keywords: Environmental pollutants, Respiratory performance, Athletes
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2021/02/9 | Accepted: 2021/03/7 | Published: 2021/04/3
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Sabzvari rad R, alzamiani noodeh F, Moradi A. Strategies to prevent the harmful effects of environmental pollutants on the athletes ' respiratory performance: A review. 3. 2021; 1 (4) :224-236
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