By John M. Weiler

This specified source offers allergic and airway stipulations obvious in leisure and aggressive athletes-covering issues from exercise-induced bronchial asthma to chilly air-induced rhinitis.

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Nasal Breathing versus Mouth Breathing Although variable, most individuals breath through their noses at rest [115]. This occurs despite the fact that nasal airflow resistance is greater than mouth airflow resistance. The switch from primarily nasal breathing to oronasal breathing with exercise appears to occur at a ventilation of 22–44 L/min [70,95,115]. Fregossi and Lansing [34a] demonstrated that the upper limit to nasal ventilation appears to average 30–35 L/min and occurs at a work intensity of approximately 60% of maximum power (using a cycle ergometer).

D. University of California—Los Angeles, and Allergy Research Foundation, Los Angeles, California William W. D. Department of Medicine, Asthma and Allergy Associates, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Colorado Springs, Colorado Faye L. T. Department of Athletic Training Services, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa Frank J. D. Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts Arthur E. D. Department of Medicine, University of Wisconsin—Madison, and William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital, Madison, Wisconsin Frank S.

In the end, the athletes will measure their successes in gold, silver, and bronze, in championships, in individual titles, and even in the ability to compete. We the practitioners will measure our successes when we provide the athletes, from recreational to highly competitive, with the opportunities to participate without respiratory impairment. John M. Weiler Page viii This page intentionally left blank. Page ix Contents Preface v Contributors xiii 1. Respiratory System Responses to Dynamic Exercise Bruce D.

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