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Influence of exhaustive treadmill exercise on cognitive functioning in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)

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By LaManca JJ, Sisto SA, DeLuca J, Johnson SK, Lange G, Pareja J, Cook S, Natelson BH • www.ProHealth.com • September 5, 1998


The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of
exhaustive exercise on cognitive performance of patients with
chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) and sedentary healthy controls
(CON). Subjects were 19 women with CFS and 20 CON. A test
battery consisting of 4 cognitive tests (CTB) was given pre-,
immediately post-, and 24 hours post- treadmill exercise to
exhaustion. No differences were seen on the CTB pre-exercise.
CFS patients improved at a slower rate than CON on the Symbol
Digit Modalities Test (SDMT), Stroop Word Test (SWT), and
Stroop Color Test (SCT). When compared with CON, a lower
number of correct responses was seen for the CFS immediately
postexercise on the SDMT (61 +/- 3 vs 66 +/- 2), SWT (137 +/-
6 vs 146 +/- 6), and SCT (99 +/- 4 vs 107 +/- 3), and 24 hours
postexercise on the SDMT (64 +/- 3 vs 69 +/- 2), SWT (134 +/-
7 vs 148 +/- 5), and SCT (101 +/- 4 vs 106 +/- 3). We conclude
that after physically demanding exercise, CFS subjects
demonstrated impaired cognitive processing compared with
healthy individuals.




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