DOI: 10.14704/nq.2018.16.5.1347

Electroencephalogram Analysis of Athletes with Over-training Syndrome

Fang Bian

Abstract


When the athletes’ fatigue produced in training and competition process is accumulated continuously, their bodies will appear function disorder or pathological condition, medically called overtraining syndrome. When athletes are engaged in sports activities, which are based on the stretching of muscles, but the muscle movement is controlled and regulated by the central nervous system, and at the same time, the physiological action of the central nervous system will reflect on the Electroencephalogram (EEG) signals. Therefore, this study focuses on the EEG of athletes with overtraining syndrome. The differences and similarities of EEG of 100 patients with overtraining syndrome are recorded and compared with each other, with the data of 100 healthy athletes as control. In each of the patients studied, there is a decrease in sustained motor capacity, with different degrees and signs. It is expected to apply EEG knowledge to select materials and guide sports training for guidance and reference.

Keywords


EEG, Over-training Syndrome, Abnormal Diffuse, Scattered Slow Wave

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