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One in five Canadian’s live with hypertension or high blood pressure. At Advanced Medical Group, we use exercise as medicine to counteract and manage your high blood pressure. Our diet and lifestyle program will help you maintain it.
One in three adults in Canada have diabetes or pre-diabetes. At Advanced Medical Group, we use exercise as medicine to help normalize and manage your blood sugars. Our diet and lifestyle program will help you maintain it.
Being active improves your overall well-being and energy levels. By exercising, eating better, reducing your stress and improving your biometrics, you can increase your energy levels to do more with your life.
Weight loss is hard and not as easy as energy in and energy out. Weight management should be focused on healthy habits that can be sustained. At Advanced Medical Group, we use exercise, diet and lifestyle to help make those changes in your body
Exercise with other lifestyle changes help the body normalize its internal schedule and sleep deeper. Getting 7 to 9 hours of good-quality sleep on a regular basis, with consistent bed and wake-up times is ideal.
Exercise and improving your diet can boost your memory and thinking indirectly by improving your mood, sleep and reducing stress and anxiety. Aerobic exercise has been shown to improve memory.
As you age, your ability to move freely decreases. Mobility training can improve your quality of life by creating an exercise program to ease the motion of doing everyday tasks.
Age-related muscle, called sarcopenia, is a natural part of aging. After age 30, you begin to lose as much as 3% to 5% per decade. At Advanced Medical Group, we help you develop a program that fights this age-related muscle loss and improve your strength.
Exercises that target endurance are one of the best ways to protect the body metabolism from the effects of aging. Eating well and developing a healthier lifestyle will help you live longer and stronger.