Sedentary behaviour, but not moderate-to-vigorous physical activity, is associated with respiratory responses to acute psychological stress

Background Acute psychological stress induces respiratory responses, and stress-induced respiratory changes can be used to non-invasively reflect metabolic regulation. Respiratory and cardiovascular responses to stress are both driven by sympathetic mechanisms. Higher volumes of sedentary behaviour...

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Main Authors: Aiden Chauntry, Nicolette Bishop, Mark Hamer, Nicola Paine
Format: Default Article
Published: 2023
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