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Analyses of the salivary sexhormonal variations on wellness, menstrual symptoms and training responses of Olympic athletes during their menstrual cycle

Analyses des variations concentrations salivaires des hormones sexuelles sur le bien-être, les symptômes menstruels et la réponse à la charge d'entrainement chez des athlètes Olympiques pendant leurs cycles menstruels.

Abstract

This study is part of the Empow'her project, which aims to investigate the specificities of female athletes and their potential impact on performance. This field of research offers many prospects, as female athletes are largely under-represented in studies and scientific literature in the field of sports science, even though initial results are emerging 1. Sex hormonal variations (i.e. estrogens, progesterone and testosterone) across the menstrual cycles impact the athletes' wellness 2 such as fitness, mood, sleep quality , menstrual symptoms and training responses 3, 4, 5. Only few studies have measured elite athletes' hormones and currently there is no standards for elite athletes, notably on salivary measures that are easier to collect among elite athletes.
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hal-04421009 , version 1 (01-02-2024)

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Alice Lafitte, Marine Dupuit, Tom Chassard, Juliana Antero, Jean-François Toussaint. Analyses of the salivary sexhormonal variations on wellness, menstrual symptoms and training responses of Olympic athletes during their menstrual cycle. European College of Sports Sciences, Jul 2023, Paris Palais des congrès, France. , 2023. ⟨hal-04421009⟩
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