Vascular Health

What is high blood pressure?
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Do you suffer from leg pain, erectile dysfunction or a persistant foot wound?
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What is a pulmonary embolism?
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you need to know
about DVT
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To prevent blood clots

The QSVS is proud to collaborate with Thrombosis Canada as part of the awareness campaign to recognize the signs of blood clots: CLOTS (Chest pain, Light-headedness, Out of breath, leg Tenderness, leg Swelling).

To prevent a pulmonary embolism
To prevent a deep vein thrombosis

Thrombose Canada


The many ways exercise helps your heart



Studies have shown that exercising can not only help keep a healthy weight, but also protect your heart through a process called ischemic preconditioning, also known as "warm-up angina.” This phenomenon could reduce damage up to 50% if a heart attack were to occur later in life.

A mere 30 minutes of moderate to vigorous daily exercise could offer long-term protection to your heart and your entire cardiovascular system. Consult a healthcare professional like your family doctor, a physical therapist or a kinesiotherapist to make sure your training plan is adapted with your health condition.

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Cardiometabolic diseases including type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease are on the rise in Canada and around the world.


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These diseases, which reduce the quality of life and life expectancy of those affected and generate significant costs for society, can be prevented by maintaining good lifestyle habits, including a healthy diet and regular exercise.

Recent studies have linked microbial metabolism and immune interactions in the gut and the risk of cardiometabolic disease

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