Lucile Bigot

Lucile Bigot
Université de Caen Normandie | UNICAEN · Mobilités: Attention, Orientation et Chronobiologie (INSERM U1075)

PhD
Scientific and Technical Manager Mooven http://mooven.fr/

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Publications (18)
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Background Older adults often fail to reach the recommended amount of physical activity to prevent the age-related decline in metabolic, cardiorespiratory, and muscular function. Effective home-based physical training programs could neutralize barriers preventing older adults from being active, and administration/supervision through videoconference...
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Issue/problem Since 2016, French doctors are allowed to prescribe adapted physical activity (APA) to patients with long-term illness (ALD) through the ‘sport sur ordonnance' program. Despite the goal of promoting physical activity in ALD patients, health authority recent reports unanimously highlight organisational and funding difficulties. Whereas...
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Background: older adults often fail to reach the recommended amount of physical activity to prevent the age-related decline in metabolic, cardiorespiratory and muscular function. Effective home-based physical training programs could neutralise barriers preventing older adults from being active, and administration/supervision through videoconferenc...
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Background: Increased mortality and reduced life expectancy have been described in patients with schizophrenia (SZ), essentially due to low cardiorespiratory fitness (CRF) and sedentary behavior. Otherwise, although antipsychotic drugs can improve positive symptoms, their beneficial effects on negative symptoms remain limited. Emerging evidences su...
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Videoconference-based adapted physical exercise combines the benefits of supervised exercise training with staying at home, when conventional training is inaccessible. However, exercising with the use of a screen can be considered an optokinetic stimulation, and could therefore induce changes in sensory processing, affecting postural stability. The...
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Patients with schizophrenia (SZ) have a high level of cardiovascular morbidity and some clinical symptoms of illness remain resistant to pharmacological approaches. A large number of studies support the effectiveness of physical activity (PA) in SZ. The aims of this trial is to assess the effects of a remote, web-based adapted PA program (e-APA) co...
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Background While ankle muscles, highly affected by aging, are highly implicated in the changes in gait kinematics and involved in the limitation of seniors' mobility, whether neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) training of these muscles could impact gait kinematics in older adults has not been investigated yet. Research question What are t...
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Background. The study aimed to determine whether improved muscle strength after 12-weeks of neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) of plantar and dorsiflexors could result in better limits of stability in older adults. Methods. Twenty-seven participants were divided into a control group and a neuromuscular home-based training group. The train...
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Background Patients with schizophrenia (SZ) present a higher level of cardiovascular morbidity than the general population due to poor physical fitness and a sedentary lifestyle. Moreover, despite major therapeutic advances in the management of SZ, some clinical symptoms remain resistant to pharmacological approaches. A large number of studies supp...
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Les altérations physiologiques et fonctionnelles liées au vieillissement peuvent avoir un impact sur l’autonomie des personnes dans les activités de la vie quotidienne. Afin de prévenir et de limiter ces effets délétères, il est recommandé d’avoir une activité physique adaptée régulière. Cependant, l’accès à un entraînement efficace n’est pas toujo...
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Objectives: Patients with schizophrenia (SZ) have dramatically higher levels of cardiovascular and metabolic morbidity than general population due to poor physical fitness and to sedentary lifestyle. Moreover, despite major therapeutic advances in the overall management of these patients, some symptomatic dimensions, and more specifically the negat...
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Contexte La chute des séniors entraine en France chaque année plus de 9 000 morts en particulier chez les plus de 75 ans et son coût s’élèverait à 1 milliard d’euro par an. Les principaux facteurs de risque de chute des personnes âgées, généralement liés à une augmentation de la sédentarité, sont des déclins de la force et de la puissance musculair...
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Contexte - La dépendance lourde touche plus de 700 000 personnes âgées. Une des raisons majeures de cette dépendance est l’augmentation de la fragilité avec l’âge. Les marqueurs de cette fragilité sont composés principalement d’une diminution de la force musculaire, des capacités d’équilibrations, des performances de marche et de l’activité général...
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The lower limb muscle functions of the elderly are known to be preferentially altered by ageing. Traditional training effectively counteracts some of these functional declines but is not always accessible due to its cost and to the accessibility of the training centers and to the incapacities of some seniors to practice some exercises. Neuromuscula...
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Purpose Psychological well-being and health are closely linked at older ages. It is widely recognized that adapted regular physical exercise improves drastically both the physical and emotional well-being and allows older adults to stay healthy longer, with a better quality of life. In the framework of a European project (MOTION) to increase the li...

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Effectiveness of APA in severe mental illnesses
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Study the effects of the use of lower limb NMES as a training technique for healthy elderly rehabilitation. Focus on balance and gait outcomes.