Ask any cardiologist and they will tell you that exercise is a vital component of any cardiac rehabilitation and recovery plan.Read More
You've been diagnosed with high cholesterol.. now what? The biggest problem from high cholesterol is that it joins with other risk factors to impact your overall risk of heart disease. People with high cholesterol are more often likely to experience a coronary event such as a heart attack. A few fairly simple lifestyle changes can both correct your cholesterol and positively impact your heart health.Read More
Did you know that regular exercise helps prevent stroke, type 2 diabetes, osteoporosis, heart disease and more? Regular exercise also boosts your mental health, improves your ability to do daily activities and prevent falls - something important as you get older. Exercise increases your chance of living a longer, healthier life and it's never too late to start.
Regular exercise is one of the best things you can do for your health. Even so, it's important to exercise smart so you don't hurt yourself. If you're not currently active or are considering increasing your physical activity talk to your doctor be fore starting any exercise program and start slowly. A sudden increase in physical activity can do more harm than good. Gradual increases and consistent exercise are the way to go.
Exercise and your heartRead More
Signs of serious heart distress
Call 911 if you are experiencing these immediate signs of heart distress:Read More