The effect of six weeks of aerobic exersice on serum levels of interleukin 20 in women with nonspecific chronic low back pain

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Paper ID : 1705-12THCONG
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1Islamic Azad universiity of Bojnord..phisical edgucetion groop
2Professor and faculty member of physical education department of Bojnourd Azad University
Low back pain means pain, stretching or stiffness between the subarachnoid area and the upper gluteal folds, which can be with or without sciatica. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of six weeks of aerobic exercise on serum levels of interleukin-20 in women with nonspecific chronic low back pain.
The study population consisted of 10 women aged 20-40 years with nonspecific chronic low back pain. The training protocol was 6 weeks and 3 sessions of 40 minutes aerobic exercise per week. Exercise was performed in the first two weeks with 50%, the second two weeks with 60% and the third two weeks with 70% heart rate training. Blood samples were taken from the subjects after 12 hours of fasting at night before and after 6 weeks of pre-test 24 hours before training and 48 hours after the last training session. Paired t-test was used to study within-group changes. The significance level of tests was considered to be less than (P≤5%).
The results showed a significant change in serum IL-20 concentration after 6 weeks of aerobic exercise.
Aerobic exercise had a positive effect on LBP and without any intervention, it reduced the severity of inflammation by increasing the level of anti-inflammatory cytokine IL-20 in patients. Given the multifaceted biological, psychological, and social benefits of exercise training is an important factor in improving low back pain, and because of its low cost and effectiveness, it can be used as a new or complementary training method in Non-specific chronic low back pain treatment was used.