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Muscle pain doesn’t necessarily mean danger!

Muscle pain doesn’t necessarily mean danger!

You may have had sore muscles the next or two days after doing any activity. Maybe it was in the spring when you spent four ...
Physical activity to fight depression

Physical activity to fight depression

Article written by Audrey Bélanger and Jessica Lecourt, interns at NeuroMotrix Depression, a widespread and worrying health problem Between 12 and 15% of Quebecers over ...
COVID-19 and PARKINSON: we answer your questions!

COVID-19 and PARKINSON: we answer your questions!

Are people with Parkinson’s disease at risk of getting infected? No, having Parkinson’s disease does not increase your risk of getting infected with COVID-19. It ...
Physical activity, cognitive health and stroke prevention

Physical activity, cognitive health and stroke prevention

An active lifestyle promotes a healthy body, which of course includes the brain, that organ both so complex and so fragile that ensures the cognitive ...
14 August 2020

Physical activity and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)

What is chronic obstructive pulmonary disease? Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, well known by the acronym COPD, is a disease characterized by obstruction of the airways. It encompasses two diseases, chronic obstructive bronchitis and emphysema. A […]
23 July 2020

Motivation and obstacles to the practice of physical activities

Identifying what helps and hinders your physical activity is a step in the right direction! There are a number of reasons you may want to be physically active. To stay healthy, to be able to […]
22 July 2020

Effort and intensity perception

Are these exercises too intense for me? You’ve probably wondered this before, and that’s okay. In this time of confinement, it’s important to keep moving and being physically active, but no one should be doing […]