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Effect of eight weeks aerobic training on oxidative stress markers in rats exposed to electromagnetic microwave radiation emitted from Wi-Fi Routers
Mohammad faramarzi1, Sayed Mohammd Javad Mortazavi2
1- Associate Professor Shahrekord University
2- PhD, Professor Shiraz University of Medical Sciences
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Abstract

Background: Exposure to electromagnetic radiation can cause oxidative stress and antioxidant system performance also improved with regular exercise and reduce oxidative stress. The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of eight weeks aerobic training on oxidative stress markers in rats exposed to electromagnetic microwave radiation emitted from the Wi-Fi routers.

Methods: In this experimental study 30 male rats 8 weeks Wistar weighing 20 ± 200 g were randomly divided into four groups: control group, Wi-Fi, aerobic training and Wi-Fi+ aerobic training. The main program of training 8 weeks (one session per day, five days a week) running on the treadmill for animals with 40 to 60% of maximum speed and protocol of Wi-Fi includes daily one hour exposure to 2/45 GHz emitted by the modem from the Wi-Fi routers for 8 week. Before and 48 hours after the original intervention, blood samples were taken from all groups. Plasma levels of SOD and GPx  Were measured by ELISA Method With using the valid kits and MDA by measured by TBA Method. Data Were analyzed by statistical ANOVA, of T-dependent and Tukey's post hoc (P 0.05).

 Results: Results: Analysis of variance showed a significant difference between the groups. eight weeks of radiation exposure Wi-Fi decreased plasma levels of SOD and GPx  and increase MDA   On the other hand eight week training exercise aerobic increased plasma levels of SOD and GPx  and reduce the MDA. Post-hoc test showed that SOD and GPx in the difference between all groups except exercise groups with the Wi-Fi +exercise (P=.119 and P=.073) was significant. And the MDA   difference between all groups, except Wi-Fi + aerobic training with aerobic training and control groups (P=.323 and P=.717) was significant. T-test results also showed a significant difference between pre-test and post-test all variables was investigated

Conclusion: It seems regular aerobic exercise can have beneficial effects on antioxidant system and makes adjustments in oxidative stress markers emitted from Wi-Fi.

Keywords: Keywords: oxidative stress, radiation, Wi-Fi, aerobic training, antioxidant system, electromagnetic radiation
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Sport Physiology
Received: 2017/06/6 | Accepted: 2017/07/19 | Published: 2017/07/25
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faramarzi M, Mortazavi M J. Effect of eight weeks aerobic training on oxidative stress markers in rats exposed to electromagnetic microwave radiation emitted from Wi-Fi Routers. Armaghane danesh. 2017; 22 (3) :311-324
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