European Academic Research ISSN 2286-4822
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Caffeine, Taurine, High- and Moderate-Intensity Exercise on Advanced Cognition of Older Adults
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Rosely Valéria Rodrigues, Andrea Carmen Guimarães, Carlos Soares Pernambuco, Joy Braga Cavalcante, Kennedy Maia dos Santos, Ana Paula Azevedo Albuquerque, Paula Paraguassú Brandão, Maria de Nazaré Dias Bello, Glauber Lameira de Oliveira, Talita Adão Perini de Olivira, Brisa D’louar Costa Maia, Eder Benício Ramos Lima, Renato Ramos Coelho, César Augusto de Souza Santos, Jani Cleria Pereira Bezerra, João Alves de Moraes Filho, Estevão Scudese, Leila Castro Gonçalves, Fábio Batista Miranda, Fabio Nascimento da Silva, Renata Alves de Andrade Moreira, Edgar Ismael Alarcón Mesa, Marcelo Hübner Moreira, Ronaldo Lins Meira, Fernando Sergio Silva Barbosa, Vernon Furtado da Silva, Angela Maria Moed Lopes, Romeu Paulo Martins Silva, Carolina Freitas da Silva, Aristéia Nunes Sampaio, Fabrizio Di Mazi, Monica da Silva Cagni, Milena Farah Damous Castanho Ferreira, Adriane Soares Modesto, Dora Flora de Carvalho Ribeiro, Edinilson Castro Ribeiro, Anieni Lima Ribeiro, Jaco Navegnates da Silva, Elzeliz Nascimento Souza, Raquel
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Introduction: The exercise was pointed as a low valuable to improvement the cognition, but, caffeine and taurine has been used to this objective, however, the blood lactate, molecule produced in high-intensity exercise, have a central role in this phenomenon. Objective: To verify the acute effects of caffeine, taurine, high, and moderate-intensity exercise on cognition of healthy older adults, and mechanisms related. Methodology: Seventy-five older adults were randomly divided into 5 groups (n=15 each), CAF (subjected to 5mg/kg-1), TAU (subjected to 20mg/ kg-1), HIIT (subjected to Hight-intensity exercise session), MICT (subjected to moderate-intensity exercise session) and CG had no supplementation or underwent the exercises. The cognition was evaluated by the inhibitory control across the Go/no-Go (GNG), Reaction Time (TR) and Flanker (FLK), performed immediately before, and after 60 minutes of their experimental situation. Electroencephalographic data, and blood lactate were assessed to try explaining the outcomes. The statistics was performed by Kruskal-Wallis with Dunns posterior test with significance of 5%. Results: Caffeine and taurine supplementations did not improve the speed of response in the RT, GNG, the congruent and incongruous FLK (p>0.05) in this experimental situation. However, the exercises provided acute improved response time for GNG (p<0.05), TR (p<0.05), congruent (p<0.0001) and incongruous FLK (p<0.001 both) with advantage to high-intensity exercise with highest correlation with the blood-lactate levels. Only the high-intensity exercise increased the Alpha, Beta waves and the SMR Rhythm power output. Conclusion: Contrasting with part of the literature, caffeine and taurine do not improve inhibitory control of the young adults, but the high-intensity, but not the moderate-intensity exercises session did acute improvement of the cognition performance and the on Alpha, Beta band and SMR rhythm power output suggesting a possible mechanism under the EF enhancement due to sprint interval short exercise.
Keywords :
Executive Functions, Inhibitory Control, Intense Exercise, Motricity. Sit.

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