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....
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...
Exercising with Heart Disease

Exercising with Heart Disease

Being faced with exercise after you have had a heart attack (with or without stents), heart surgery or a heart procedure, can be a bit scary. But we know that exercise is the one sure way to work your heart muscle back to health. Source: Heart & Stroke...