Opioid Receptor Blockade Prevents Exercise-Associated Autonomic Failure in Humans Full Text

Milman S et al. – Opioid receptor (OR) blockade with naloxone during antecedent exercise prevents the development of acute exercise–associated autonomic failure (EAAF) by improving the catecholamine responses and by restoring endogenous glucose production.

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