Relationship between Oxidative Stress-Induced Effects and Physical Exercise
This chapter focuses on various agents that induce intracellular oxidative stress within the cell environment, the roles of heat shock proteins (HSP) within such harsh cellular environments, and the relationship between HSP and the exercises used to alleviate the negative effects of oxidative stress in the living body. The keywords used in this study, such as the origin of oxidative stress, HSP, and exercise, will provide scientists insights into the optimized exercise-induced adaptation for minimizing the pathological effects of oxidative stress. This study can provide important clues to design optimized exercise programs, which can produce maximal effects against the cellular damages caused by oxidative stress.
KeywordsAntioxidants Exercise Heat shock protein Oxidative stress Stress
This study was supported by the Ministry of Education and the National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF-2015S1A5B8036349). I would like to thank God for helping me complete this article.
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