Sebastien Francois Martin Chastin
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BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES Sedentary behavior (SB), defined as sitting (nonexercising), reclining, and lying down (posture), or by low energy expenditure, is a public health risk independent to physical… Continue Reading
BACKGROUND recent evidence suggests that the interaction between periods of sedentary and activity behaviour is important for health; providing distinctive information to assessment of activity… Continue Reading
BACKGROUND Over the last decade, sedentary behaviors have emerged as a distinctive behavioral paradigm with deleterious effects on health independent of physical activity. The next phase of research… Continue Reading
OBJECTIVES To systematically review the literature on physical activity variables derived from body-worn sensors during long term monitoring in healthy and in-care older adults. METHODS Using… Continue Reading
Whilst deep brain stimulation of the subthalamic nucleus (DBS-STN) improves the motor symptoms of Parkinson’s disease (PD), its effect on daily activity is unknown. We aimed to quantify changes in… Continue Reading
Fatigue has been associated with reductions in daily activity of older people. Summary measures of daily physical activity provide limited understanding of how fatigue affects physical activity… Continue Reading
Objective Lifelogging, using body worn sensors (activity monitors and time lapse photography) has the potential to shed light on the context of sedentary behaviour. The objectives of this study were… Continue Reading
Here we discuss the emerging research evidence and suggest potential opportunities to intervene and help older people get active.
To explore the relationship between sedentary behaviour and mean glucose and glucose variability in people with T2D using objective continuous measurement.