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Areej Gh. AL-CHARAK, Zahraa Hussein KADHIM, Alyaa S. K. ALSHAMMARI

INVESTIGATE THE IMPACT OF VITAMIN C ON SEX HORMONE LEVELS IN MALE RATS EXPOSED TO COLD STRESS

Stress is a comprehensive physiological reaction to initial external or internal pressures that are perceived as hazardous. This response entails the activation and utilization of various bodily resources to effectively cope with these demands. The oxygen radical stress generated by cold stress may be attributed to the antioxidant qualities exhibited by the cold stress. Cell death may occur as a result of oxidative stress, which is an imbalance between free radical generation and antioxidant supply in the body. Oxygen radical stress is an inherent phenomenon that contributes to the physiological process of aging. A substantial amount of scientific literature indicates that chronic diseases may be influenced by prolonged oxidative stress. Consequently, there has been a growing interest in investigating oxidative stress as a potential cause in male infertility. There is a state of equilibrium that may be observed in the male reproductive organs, wherein there is a fare between the creation of free radical analogs and the activities of antioxidant scavenging. Vit C, a well-documented antioxidant, is found in the testis and serves the specific function of safeguarding this organ against oxidative damage. Furthermore, it might be argued that it plays a role in facilitating spermatogenesis by preserving the activity of antioxidants

Keywords: Ameliorative Effects, Preventive Effects, A Physiological Study Introduction

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2717-8234.18.17


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