Review Article
Volume 12 Issue 11 - 2020
The Main Mechanisms of Brain Adaptation to Hypoxia
Vladimir Kuznecov1*, Solkin AA2 and Beljavkij NN2
1Department of Normal Physiology, Vitebsk State Medical University, Belarus
2Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery, Vitebsk State Medical University, Belarus
*Corresponding Author: Vladimir Kuznecov, Department of Normal Physiology, Vitebsk State Medical University, Belarus.
Received: August 27, 2020; Published: October 28, 2020




Abstract

It shown that hypoxia causes a complex restructuring of the functioning of various body systems, which is aimed to maintain the delivery of the required amount of oxygen to tissues. Adaptation to hypoxia exerts a significant influence on the central nervous system, central hemodynamics, microcirculation in various organs, oxygen metabolism, free radical oxidation of lipids, the main systems detoxification enzymes and immunity. The mechanisms of adaptation to hypoxia in the brain are discussed. The improvement of cerebral circulation appears to be one of the most important protective effects of adaptation to hypoxia.

Keywords: Brain Adaptation; Hypoxia; Oxygen Metabolism

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