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《Journal of Beijing Sport University》 2007-12
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Effects of Music on 5-Hydroxytryptamine, Dopamine and Noradrenaline in Corpus Striatum and Hypothalamus of Rats in Acute Aerobic Exercise-Induced Fatigue

LI Jing1, WANG Xu-dong2 (1. Department of Human Sports Science, Nanjing Institute of Physical Education, Nanjing, 210014 Jiangsu China; 2.The College of Acupuncture and Chinese Tuina, Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Nanjing, 210029 Jiangsu China)  
Object: The effects of music on 5-hydroxytryptamine (5-HT) and noradrenaline (NE) in corpus striatum and hypothalamus of rats in acute aerobic exercise-induced fatigue were studied. Methods: 50 rats were randomly divided into the sedentary group (S), the death right after exercise group (D), the no-music after exercise group (NM) and the music after exercise group (M).For all groups, the fluorescent intensities of 5-HT and NE in corpus striatum and hypothalamus were obtained and compared. Results: Compared with those of rats without music, NE levels in rat corpus striatum increased significantly after the rest with music, and also 5-HT levels in rat corpus striatum and 5-HT levels and NE levels in rat hypothalamus showed an increasing trend as well. Conclusions: After a 30-minute rest with music, there is high stress-induced excitation in rat striatum and hypothalamus and exercise-induced central inhibition is reduced momentarily. However, the metabolism of 5-HT in the two brain regions is not recovered. Researches on the mechanism of music therapy on animals need further development.
【Fund】: 博士毕业论文
【CateGory Index】: G804.23
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