I’m doing pretty good now at Toronto Cardiac Rehab. I can now walk 2 miles in 40 minutes. I’ve learned how to take my pulse and to exercise properly without killing myself/overdoing it. The supervisors here are great and they have fantastic sessions about what to eat and how keep yourself healthy when you have heart problem. They even have a nutritionist. It’s exactly what I need…exercise and good, sound advice. They do a good job monitoring me too on the track. Whenever I was feeling dizzy or about to collapse, they would hook me up to a monitor to see what was happening. Usually it was because my blood pressure got too low. I was advised by the doctor on site to go get a coffee the last time that happened. It worked. That bit of caffeine did the trick. (otherwise, I’m not suppose to have any caffeine as it makes my heart race).