Leonid Tell1*, Natalia Slivkina2 and Sergey Lysenkov3
1Medical University “Astana”, Kazakhstan
2Institute of Essence Natural, USA
3Maikop, State Technological University, Russia
*Corresponding Author: Leonid Tell, Medical University “Astana”, Kazakhstan.
Received: June 10, 2022; Published: June 27, 2022
One of the main strategies of modern sports medicine is the use of innovative corrective technologies aimed at preserving, restoring and improving the functional capabilities of the body of athletes. In modern conditions, this problem is most often solved by the use of potent pharmacological preparations, which often have pronounced and numerous side effects on the body, which is highly undesirable, where even a temporary decrease in the reliability of activity is unacceptable. In this regard, the search for new non-drug means and methods - physiological measures that have a minimum side effects and aimed at expanding the functionality of the athlete's body, seems to be relevant and timely.
Citation: Leonid Tell., et al. “Increasing the Physiological Reserves of the Body by Physiological Hypercapnia”.Acta Scientific Medical Sciences 6.7 (2022): 200-203.
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