Is My Blood Pressure Too Low?

By Shawna Cook / November 6, 2022

Is my blood pressure too low? How low is too low? Should I be concerned?

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The Common Causes of Chest Pain

By Shawna Cook / October 31, 2022

The Common Causes of Chest Pain Hello all! In our live presentation for our membership for this month, Cam presented on The Common Causes of Chest Pain. This is one of the more common themes we address within cardiac rehabilitation. For people with heart concerns, it makes sense that you become a little more aware…

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Transitioning to Fall/Winter Walking.

By Shawna Cook / October 26, 2022

What’s your walking plan as the weather starts to get colder? Time to start putting some strategies in place!!

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Heart Disease & Women’s Health

By Shawna Cook / February 7, 2022

Heart Disease had traditionally been thought of as a man’s disease, but it is actually the leading cause of death for women worldwide.

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Setting Goals_ Start with your expectations

Setting goals? Start with your expectations.

By Shawna Cook / January 17, 2022

Get into the meat & potatoes of actually HOW to set goals … starting with your expectations.

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Understanding Your Why - Key factor to lasting change

Understanding Your WHY? – Key Factor to Lasting Change

By Shawna Cook / January 7, 2022

Understanding your WHY.. or your ultimate personal reason(s) for wanting to improve your heart health & overall health is one of the key elements in being able to actually achieve improvement.

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Heart Health and Your Mind – Why It’s So Important

By Shawna Cook / January 3, 2022

Every single thought, feeling, and ACTION you take … all starts in the mind. There isn’t a single thing that you do, choice that you make, emotion that you feel, or action that you take that doesn’t start with a thought.

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Atrial Fibrillation-What it is, its symptoms and its treatments

Atrial Fibrillation – What it is, its Symptoms and its Treatments

By Cameron Towle / August 12, 2021

Have you recently been diagnosed with atrial fibrillation, more commonly referred to as Afib? You’re not alone; the Heart & Stroke foundation reported 200,000 Canadians living with Afib in 2020. Atrial fibrillation is the most common form of heart arrhythmia. An arrhythmia is when the heart beats too quickly, too slowly or irregularly.

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Summer Heat

By Kerry James / June 30, 2021

The days are longer, everything is green, the weather is warm. What could be bad about getting physically active this summer?

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How Hard Can I Exercise After a Heart Attack?

How Hard Can I Exercise After a Heart Attack?

By Shawna Cook / March 29, 2021

Are you concerned about increasing your heart rate with exercise after your heart attack? Looking for a little guidance?

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