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Khanbabazade M, Ebrahimi Atri A, Rashid lamir A. Comprision of the effect of aerobic and weight resistance training protocols on balance and neuron growth factor(NGF) on the Neuropathy– Diabetic Men. JSSU 2015; 23 (2) :1866-1877
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Introduction: Diabetic neuropathy is one of the most common complications of diabetic microvascular. Hence, the present study intended to compare the effect of two protocols of aerobic and resistance exercises on balance and neuron growth factor in men with diabetic neuropathy. Methods: In this experimental study, being diagnosed with neuropathy by a proficient physician, the patients were divided into three groups of ten (control, aerobic exercise and resistance exercise groups). The two training groups did the exercises for eight weeks, and each exercise session lasted for 45-60 minutes three times a week. Each group took Time Up & Go, 5chair stand and Berg balance scale tests before and after the training period and NGF was detected through lab kits. Results: The study results demonstrated that in the aerobic exercise group, indicators of neuron growth factor (P≤0.001), TUG( P≤0.001), 5CS (P≤0.001) and overall balance indicator significantly improved. Moreover, the findings revealed that in the weight-bearing resistance exercise group functional improvement was displayed in NGF, TUG, 5CS and Berg tests (P≤0.001). However, significant differences were observed between the two groups in TUG, BBS and 5CS tests, so as the aerobic exercise group manifested more improvement (P≤0.001). Neuron Growth Factor increased significantly more (P≤0.001) in aerobic exercise group than in resistance exercise group. Conclusion: Aerobic and resistance exercises both can improve neuromuscular and balance performance. Moreover, both exercises can increase Neuron Growth Factor in patients with diabetic neuropathy, though compared to resistance exercises, aerobic exercise proved to be more effective.
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Type of Study: Original article | Subject: Exercise Physiology
Received: 2014/01/22 | Accepted: 2014/12/14 | Published: 2015/04/29

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