Growth Hormone (GH) and prolactin responses to a non-exercise stress test in athletes with overtraining syndrome: results from the Endocrine and metabolic Responses on Overtraining Syndrome (EROS) — EROS-STRESS

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Growth Hormone (GH) and prolactin responses to a non-exercise stress test in athletes with overtraining syndrome: results from the Endocrine and metabolic Responses on Overtraining Syndrome (EROS) — EROS-STRESS

Overtraining syndrome (OTS) leads to worsened sports performance and fatigue. The pathophysiology of OTS has not been entirely elucidated, and there is a lack of accurate markers for its diagnosis. Changes in hormonal responses implicated in OTS were stimulated by exercise, which has limited their interpretation. Hence, we aimed to evaluate growth hormone (GH) and prolactin responses to a gold-standard and exercise-independent stimulation test, the insulin tolerance test (ITT).

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