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In Amateur Athletes With Type 1 Diabetes, a 9-Day Period of Cycling at Moderate-to-Vigorous Intensity Unexpectedly Increased the Time Spent in a State of Hyperglycemia, Which Was Associated With Impairment in Heart Rate Variability.

Abstract : In type 1 diabetes, autonomic dysfunction may occur early as a decrease in heart rate variability (HRV). In populations without diabetes, the positive effects of exercise training on HRV are well-documented. However, exercise in individuals with type 1 diabetes, particularly if strenuous and prolonged, can lead to sharp glycemic variations, which can negatively impact HRV. This study explores the impact of a 9-day cycling tour on HRV in this population, with a focus on exercise-induced glycemic excursions. Twenty amateur athletes with uncomplicated type 1 diabetes cycled 1,500 km. HRV and glycemic variability were measured by heart rate and continuous glucose monitoring. Linear mixed models were used to test the effects of exercise on HRV, with concomitant glycemic excursions and subject characteristics considered as covariates. Nighttime HRV tended to decrease with the daily distance traveled. The more time the subjects spent in hyperglycemia, the lower the parasympathetic tone was. This result is striking given that hyperglycemic excursions progressively increased throughout the 9 days of the tour, and to a greater degree on the days a longer distance was traveled, while time spent in hypoglycemia surprisingly decreased. This phenomenon occurred despite no changes in insulin administration and a decrease in carbohydrate intake from snacks. In sports enthusiasts with type 1 diabetes, multiday prolonged exercise at moderate-to-vigorous intensity worsened hyperglycemia, with hyperglycemia negatively associated with parasympathetic cardiac tone. Considering the putative deleterious consequences on cardiac risks, future work should focus on understanding and managing exercise-induced hyperglycemia.
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Elodie Lespagnol, Olivia Bocock, Joris Heyman, Francois-Xavier Gamelin, Serge Berthoin, et al.. In Amateur Athletes With Type 1 Diabetes, a 9-Day Period of Cycling at Moderate-to-Vigorous Intensity Unexpectedly Increased the Time Spent in a State of Hyperglycemia, Which Was Associated With Impairment in Heart Rate Variability.. Diabetes Care, American Diabetes Association, 2020, Diabetes Care, ⟨10.2337/dc19-1928⟩. ⟨hal-02917031v2⟩

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