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POSSIBILITIES OF XENON USE IN TRAINING PROCESS FOR FUNCTIONAL STATE CORRECTION OF ATHLETES

F. M. SHVETSKIY(1), I. N. ROSCHIN (2), Е. Е. ACHKASOV (3), A. YU. SIDENKOV (3), A. S. KALMANOV (4), I. Е. ZELENKOVA (3) 1 -LASER MEDICINE SCIENTIFIC CENTER, MOSCOW, RUSSIA 2 -«ATOM-MED CENTRE», MOSCOW, RUSSIA 3 -SECHENOV FIRST MOSCOW STATE MEDICAL UNIVERSITY, MOSCOW, RUSSIA 4 -INSTITUTE OF MILITARY MEDICINE, MOSCOW, RUSSIA

Objective: Foundation and development of an effective method of restoring the functional state of athletes in different periods of the training processusing in haled xenon-oxygen mixture. Material and methods: In the experiments, participated in 40 healthy athletes (men, mean age 23,2±3,8 years), in the course of performing training camps the same exercise. Athletes were divided into two groups: primary, which after training athlete’s maximum intensity xenon inhalation performed oxygenmixture, and a control in which the inhalable remediation was not performed.
Results: Data analysis Serum biochemical studies revealed ability of xenon-oxygen gas mixtures, with their exchange application stabilize muscle cell membrane, increase their resistance to hypoxia and acidosis, which contributes to maintaining the physical performance at a high level for a long time. Course sessions inhaled xenon-oxygen mixture after intense training leads to a certain increase in the concentration of testosterone and reduction of cortisol in the blood plasma, thereby contributing to the restoration of physical health domains Sports after intense exercise.
Conclusions: This research allowed finding and describing the effects of xenon on the athlete’s body, also taking the first steps in understanding the mechanism of xenon’s action.
Keywords: 
sport medicine, recovering measures, special gas mixtures, xenon, inhalation technologies, functional state.