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Title: 運動中の音楽が呼吸困難感と下肢疲労感に与える影響
Other Titles: Effect of Music during Exercise on Perceived Dyspnea and Fatigue of the Lower Extremities
Authors: 新貝, 和也 / 千住, 秀明
Authors (alternative): Shingai, Kazuya / Senjyu, Hideaki
Issue Date: 21-Jul-2011
Publisher: 理学療法科学学会 / The Society of Physical Therapy Science
Citation: 理学療法科学, 26(3), pp.353-357; 2011
Abstract: 〔目的〕運動時の音楽が身体に与える影響を,下肢疲労感,呼吸困難感および呼吸循環応答から検討することを目的とした.〔対象と方法〕対象は健常男性13名とし,無作為交差試験を採用した.対象者は運動負荷試験終了後,Endurance Shuttle Walking Testを音楽有り(以下音楽ESWT)と無し(以下コントロールESWT)の条件でそれぞれ実施した.〔結果〕呼吸困難感,下肢疲労感は音楽ESWTにおいて有意に低い値を示し,楽しさは音楽ESWTで有意に高い値を示した.また,運動時間の経過とともに音楽による効果が増加していた.呼吸循環応答では,VO2/Wのみ音楽ESWTで有意に高いという結果を示した.〔結語〕運動中に音楽を聴くことで,より少ない疲労感で,より楽しく長時間の運動が実施できることが示唆された. / [Purpose] The purpose of this study was to investigate the influence of music on the perception of dyspnea, fatigue of the lower extremities and expired gas analysis during walking. [Subjects and Method] In a crossover study, 13 young males completed ESWT with and without music at 40% VO2peak followed by a cardiopulmonary exercise test. [Results] Perceptions of dyspnea and fatigue of the lower extremities were significantly lower under the music condition compared to the without music condition. Similarly, the music condition resulted in significantly higher enjoyment when compared to the without music condition. The influence of the music increased with increasing exercise duration. VO2/W was significantly higher with music than without music, but the other expired gas analysis data did not differ with listening to music. [Conclusion] The results of this study suggest that listening to music during exercise would enable longer exercise duration with decreased fatigue and increased enjoyment.
Keywords: 音楽 / 呼吸困難感 / 下肢疲労感 / music / perception of dyspnea / fatigue of lower extremity
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/25857
ISSN: 13411667
DOI: 10.1589/rika.26.353
Rights: Copyright (c) 2011 by the Society of Physical Therapy Science
Type: Journal Article
Text Version: publisher
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