/manager/Index ${session.getAttribute("locale")} 5 Vestibular modulation of muscle sympathetic nerve activity during sinusoidal linear acceleration in supine humans /manager/Repository/uon:16000 Wed 11 Apr 2018 10:48:30 AEST ]]> Skin sympathetic nerve activity is modulated during slow sinusoidal linear displacements in supine humans /manager/Repository/uon:24670 Wed 11 Apr 2018 10:20:27 AEST ]]> Neck movement but not neck position modulates skin sympathetic nerve activity supplying the lower limbs of humans /manager/Repository/uon:47532 0.05) different from that of cardiac and respiratory modulation at rest (47.1%, 18.7–56.3% and 48.6%, 28.4–59.3%, respectively) or during sinusoidal displacement (10.3%, 6.2–32.1% and 26.9%, 13.6–43.3%, respectively). Respiratory frequency was entrained above its resting rate (0.26 Hz, 0.2–0.29 Hz) during sinusoidal neck displacement; there was no significant difference (P > 0.05) between respiratory frequency (0.38 Hz, 0.25–0.49 Hz) and sinusoidal displacement frequency (0.39 Hz, 0.35–0.42 Hz). This study provides evidence that SSNA is modulated during neck movement, raising the possibility that neck mechanoreceptors may contribute to the cutaneous vasoconstriction and sweat release associated with motion sickness. New & Noteworthy: This study demonstrates that dynamic, but not static, stretching of the neck modulates skin sympathetic nerve activity in the lower limbs.]]> Mon 23 Jan 2023 12:22:52 AEDT ]]>