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NEW APPROACHES TO ADMINISTER APIAN AND HERBAL PRODUCTS IN SPORT MEDICINE: CARDIOVASCULAR RISK REDUCTION AND PERFORMANCE ENHANCEMENT IN ADOLESCENT AND ADULT ATHLETES

I. P. KHISMATULLINA (1), V. N. KIM (2), R. S. KARPOV (3), A. G. SOKOLOV (4), I. G. AKSENOVA (5) 1 -TENTORIUM LLC, PERM, RUSSIA 2 -SIBERIAN STATE MEDICAL UNIVERSITY, TOMSK, RUSSIA 3 -FEDERAL STATE BUDGETARY INSTITUTION “RESEARCH INSTITUTE FOR CARDIOLOGY”, TOMSK, RUSSIA 4 -YUGORSKY COLLEGE-BOARDING SCHOOL OF OLYMPIC RESERVE, KHANTY-MANSIYSK, RUSSIA 5 -THERAPEUTIC NUTRITION CENTER, MOSCOW, RUSSIA

Objective: To evaluate a new method of cardiovascular risk reduction and performance enhancement in adolescent and young adult athletes through the use of apian and herbal products.
Materials and Methods: The objective of the randomized cohort controlled study was to evaluate endothelial function, blood biochemistry, autonomic nervous system status, psychoemotional status, and physical performance among 43 adolescent and young adult athletes of the Olympic Reserve before and one month after the administration of apian and herbal products (AHP).
Results: The study showed that the administration of AHP resulted in normalization of endothelial function, decrease of tension index, and reduction in blood levels of lipids, cortisol, and lactate. Treatment with AHP increased hemoglobin content and erythrocyte count; enhanced general resistance and physical coordination; accelerated recovery and improved psychoemotional status.
Conclusions: The study provided significant evidence that administration of AHP, produced by Tentorium LLC, may be considered new approaches for reduction cardiovascular risk and performance enhancement in adolescent and young adult athletes.
Keywords: 
sport, prevention of sudden cardiac death, endothelium, physical performance, blood lipids, autonomic nervous system status, psychoemotional status, cardiovascular risk.