Coffee might prevent exercise-induced eye fatigue
According to the Study, leader Dr. Nicholas Gant, of the University of Auckland in New Zealand, and colleagues recently published their findings in the journal Scientific Reports.
In their study, the researchers explain that vigorous exercise can lower the central nervous system’s ability to drive muscle function, resulting in what is known as central fatigue. Prolonged cycling, for example, can trigger central fatigue, which normally presents through tiring of the legs. But while it is well known that central fatigue affects limb movement, Dr. Gant and colleagues note that it is unclear whether it impacts other motor systems, such as those involved in eye movement.