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Activité Physique et Prévention des Maladies: AVC

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Les accidents vasculaires cérébraux représentent la 3ième cause de décès au Canada. Environ 25% des survivants présentent des séquelles mineures alors que plus de 40% souffrent de séquelles sévères. Parmis les facteurs de risques les plus influents, on retrouve la sédentarité et le manque d’activité physique. Voyez comment l’activité physique arrive à influencer de façon significative les risques de subir un AVC et comment en réduire les conséquences advenant ce fâcheux événement. Est-ce que l’entraînement aérobie ou l’entaînement en musculation ont des effets différents sur les risques et conséquences d’AVC ? Quelle est la meilleure stratégie pour réduire les risques de subir un AVC ?

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