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LIVE WELL HAS MADE ME LIKE EXERCISE

As we celebrate Arthritis Awareness Month, we feature Langley member Elaine. “I used to hate exe...

"Wow, I just did that!"

LIVE WELL helped save my life When Dan Bader started attending LIVE WELL sessions in Langley, BC...

LIVE WELL CEO NAMED CANADIAN PRESENTER OF THE YEAR

Sara Hodson, CEO of LIVE WELL Exercise Clinic, has advocated for physician-prescribed exercise an...

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HOW TO RECOGNIZE THE EARLY SIGNS OF TYPE 2 DIABETES

Type 2 Diabetes is a lifelong condition that impairs the body’s ability to use insulin effectively. Insulin is a hormone in your body that controls your blood sugar levels – without it, the body cannot manage blood sugar levels properly. The sugar in your blood builds up instead of being used for energy. Regular check-ups are extremely important in early diagnosis of Type 2...

What is the Difference Between Cardiac Rehab and Physical Therapy?

When it comes to the heart, maintaining a regular exercise regime is essential in order to prevent and manage your heart condition. Exercise can reduce cholesterol, lower blood pressure, and even help you manage your weight. These are only a few of the many small changes that come from a cardiac rehabilitation program. When it comes to injuries such as torn or sore ligament...

HOW TO INCREASE YOUR STRENGTH AFTER A HEART ATTACK

After suffering a heart attack, exercise is integral to the healing process. Exercise will help you get your strength back and will keep your body and heart healthy. It is important to note that following a heart attack, everyone recovers at a different pace. Recovery can vary based on the severity of damage to your heart and your level of activity before the incident. Duri...

Why we have to exercise today!

Those New Year’s Resolutions to exercise more, eat less, give up alcohol or quit smoking might not be going so well – particularly in COVID times. This is exactly why everyone needs to know how exercise can help. Exercise is a proven treatment for both physical and mental health. The WHO recommends getting 150 to 300 minutes of exercise each week to reduce your risks of ch...

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