Evaluating Potential Benefits of Intranasal Oxytocin on Undersea Operator Training and Performance: Hyperoxic Swim-Induced Oxidative Stress and Inflammation
Study Description/Summary: This study will test whether intranasal oxytocin will mitigate attenuate system and skeletal muscle stress and inflammation induced by a resistance swim and exposure to elevated oxygen levels simulating undersea military operation. Over a 12-14 day period, subjects will attend 7 laboratory visits, utilize oxytocin or placebo, and perform one resistance exercise swim.
Time Commitment: Seven lab visits over a 12-14 day period.
- Recreationally Skilled Swimmer
- Healthy male
- 18-39 years/age
- Body Mass Index (BMI) < 30. Please use this calculator.
- No chronic conditions which prohibit exercise
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