Exercising with Chronic Heart Failure

Exercising with Chronic Heart Failure

Regular exercise reduces your risk of further heart disease, some cancers, hypertension, stroke, obesity, type 2 diabetes and osteoporosis. Exercise helps lower your blood pressure, cholesterol and blood sugar, and helps you maintain and control a healthy...
Exercising with Stroke

Exercising with Stroke

Returning to exercise after a stroke accomplishes three rehabilitation goals: preventing complications of prolonged activity, preventing recurrent adverse health events, and increasing fitness. Regular exercise also makes everyday tasks easier through less exertion....
Exercising with Valvular Disease

Exercising with Valvular Disease

Regular exercise can reduce health risks from valvular disease, help maintain cholesterol and blood pressure and can improve your ability to enjoy the activities of daily living, including work and leisure time with friends and family. Source: Exercise...
HeartWise Exercise

HeartWise Exercise

Having a chronic health condition doesn’t mean you can’t exercise. Get Wise and prevent your condition from progressing.┬áSource: University of Ottawa Heart...