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In the period before the competitions, the release of anabolic and catabolic hormones has been reverted in a way that cortisol levels increased more than preparation period.
Catabolic hormones also inhibit secretion of insulin from the beta cells, which is why people with T2DM may be at risk of DKA if they experience metabolic stress.
Daily differences between peak and nadirs of anabolic and catabolic hormones are naturally small and are unlikely to exert any significant effect on the neuromuscular system.
Insulin opposes the effects of several catabolic hormones, such as T3, that increase cAMP and regulate lipid and carbohydrate metabolism in adipose tissue and liver (Kim et al., 2002), therefore to achieve normoglycemia the optimal levels of the rate-limiting enzymes such as HK, glycogen synthase, PFK and pyruvate dehydrogenase, respectively, require the successful collaboration between T3 and insulin (Weinstein et al., 1991; Granner and Pikis, 1990).