폐경 전후 중년 여성의 운동습관에 따른 신체구성, 심혈관위험인자 및 골밀도의 비교연구
Effects of Physical Activity on Bone Mineral Density, Body Composition, and Cardiovascular Risk Factor in Postmenopausal and Premenopausal Women
This study was to investigate the period effects of physical fitness on the relationship between BMD(Bone Mineral Density). The subjects consisted of premenopausal group(n=229) and Postmenopausal group(n=159), classification On the level exercise habits: no exercise(Inactivity IA), 2-4 times a month or more exercise group(LA Lower Activity), 2-4 times a week or more exercise group(MA Moderate Activity), exercise group daily(DA: Daily Activity). Experimental data were processed through SPSS 18.0 and analysed using independent t-test, and one-way repeated measures ANOVA tests were conducted and LSD(The Least Significant Difference method) was used for Post hoc test. Compared to premenopausal and Postmenopausal body composition, cardiovascular risk factors and bone mineral density: BFM,% BF, WHR, TC, TG and LDL-C, Glucose significantly lower. LBM, BMD, and Femur BMD was higher in premenopausal women. Exercise frequency of premenopausal and Postmenopausal women: TC, Femur BMD was lower in the LA group and highest in IA group of premenopausal women. Body composition in %BF was lower in the DA group is highest in IA group and SBP,DBP was lower in the LA, HDL-C and highest in DA group of Postmenopausal women. In conclusions, the effect of long-term physical activite influenced positive on body composition, cardiovascular disease, bone density in Premenopausal and Postmenopausal Middle-aged Women.
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