A comparative study of the effect of physical effort exercised in (Interieukin-10) for different sports
Author(s): Hind Imad Sadeq, Zahraa Radhi Jabbar and Ali Hassan Swadi
Abstract: The introduction to the research included that physical education had received a significant share of the fields of development that included the various joints of life, where sports achievements took a qualitative leap due to the totality of research and studies that aim to raise that achievement to the optimal performance, and it is known Cytokines are among the variables that are created from the system of the human body and they play a major role in a number of functions, including (interleukin-10) which is a cytokine with regulating and modulating properties of the immune response. It is important during physical efforts, and thus it is considered one of the important variables that attract researchers’ attention to know its functions accurately in different physical activities so that the technical personnel of the training programs can accord that chemical vision, while the research problem is shortened. Scientists and researchers have always delved into everything that is new to serve the optimal achievement in the field of various sports in general and in the framework of the effectiveness of (ground tennis and table tennis) in particular, given the lack of available information or its lack of modernity, which ultimately serves to raise the level of these events? The researchers sought to delve into this phenomenon and crystallize its problem by answering the following questions: What is the level of changes that can occur in the internal environment of the body among the members of the research sample in the immunological aspects that pertain to (interleukin 10).) due to the effect of the exerted physical effort, while the study aimed to compare between the members of the research sample according to the effort exerted in the levels of secretion (interleukin 10) among the members of the research sample. In light of the study's objective, the researchers hypothesized that there is a varying correlation between the level of (interleukin 10) among the research sample members and the type of physical exertion.