effects of short-term extract of Melissa officinalis supplement on hip
after aerobic exercise in a negative slope
Yengi Maleki Gholamhosein, Hematfar Ahmad
Sport Physiology Department, Faculty of Post Graduate-Studies Sport Physiology Group,
Islamic Azad University Borujerd Branch, Borujerd, Iran
of this study was to investigate the effects of downhill running short
of Melissa officinalis (MO) supplementation on the circumference
(swelling) amount in the male athletes. For this purpose,
20 male athletes were randomly divided into two groups of 10
(supplement and placebo). Levels of total level of understanding thigh
bruising and swelling in the ground state before and after the
supplementation was measured. After collecting the data, ANOVA for
repeated evaluation of time series and the Bonferroni post hoc test was
significant, and t-test was used to evaluate difference between-groups.
Meaningful level p>0.05 has been used. The findings of the study
was that total circumference (swelling) levels less were
increased in the supplement group than placebo. The amount of perceived
soreness was lower in the supplement group, although the difference
between groups was observed in the swelling of the thigh. But in both
groups compared to the ground state of the thigh was swollen.
Generally, it is concluded that the herbal supplement can affect on
reduce swelling, bruising, elevated and perception of fatigue.
Melissa officinalis, swelling, perceived soreness, eccentric contraction.