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  • – 14 today in Freddy Beach but feels like – 22~
    Stay tuned for more top driving safety tips ….

    # 1. Create a ‘survival kit’
    Your survival kit should include items such as: gloves, booster cables, small shovel, windshield wiper fluid, first aid kit, torch, snow brush, candles, safety vest, water bottles and non-perishable energy foods. 
    Put the kit in the trunk of your car
    (YIKES …. A TORCH?… )



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  • Did you know…

    • Certain types of white grubs feed on your lawn’s roots, eventually causing it to die. As few as five grubs per square foot can cause extensive damage.
    • Chinch bugs feed on your lawn, releasing enzymes to facilitate easy feeding. These enzymes further damage the lawn, turning it brown and potentially killing it.

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  • Why can snow shovelling be so dangerous?
  • Every winter, Canadians hear about people who are hospitalized or even die from heart attacks while clearing snow. So what is it about shovelling that makes it such a health menace?

    The main problem is that we tend to underestimate how hard it is. Canadians often feel we were born to shovel snow or that we have a civic duty to get the white stuff off their sidewalks and driveways as soon as a snowfall ends. So we rush out, telling ourselves it has to get done, and attempt to move it all in one go.

    But a half hour of shovelling is really the exercise equivalent of hitting the gym for half an hour.

    Dr. Robert Beanlands, chief of cardiology at the Ottawa Heart institute, says shovelling can be one of the most dangerous activities for people with heart disease.

    “It’s generally like lifting weights,” he tells CTV Ottawa. “And for people with heart conditions, we don’t like them to be lifting heavy weights such as with heavy snow shovelling.”

    It’s not just the exercise itself that’s tough; the cold air of winter can put an extra strain on our hearts that many of us fail to appreciate.

    Cold weather is known to increase blood pressure and heart rate just on its own. It also increases blood concentration of something called fibrinogen, which is a protein involved in blood clotting. Shoveling, of course, does the same thing, and for many people, all these factors combined hikes our heart attack risk.

    According to the Heart and Stroke Foundation, studies show that in most people who have died while shovelling, the spike in heart rate and blood pressure caused the shape of their blood vessels to change, allowing plaque inside the vessels to become loose and travel to the heart, causing a heart attack.

    One study published last year by researchers at Queen’s University and Kingston General Hospital found that two main risk factors increase the risk of a severe heart problem while shovelling: being male; and a family history of a diagnosed heart problems. Both hiked the risk by about four times.

    Knowing the signs

    So how do you know if you’re at risk from shovelling?

    The Heart and Stroke Foundation recommends that if you have ever had a heart attack, stroke, or heart surgery, it might be best to call someone to do the shovelling for you. If you want to do it yourself, speak to your doctor about the risks first.

    The same applies if you currently have uncontrolled high blood pressure, high cholesterol, are obese, smoke, or are overweight or have an inactive lifestyle.

    The warning signs of a heart attack include:

    pressure in your chest
    pain radiating down one arm
    shortness of breath or dizziness
    profuse sweating
    intense nausea

    “These would be a warning that what they’re doing is causing a problem,” says Dr. Beanlands. “They should stop, sit down and rest and if it doesn’t go away in a couple of minutes, call 911.”

    Here are some more tips from the Heart and Stroke Foundation and the American Heart Association:

    Don’t shovel right after eating a meal: Your body is working hard enough just to digest the meal; adding vigorous activity on top of that could put too much strain on your heart;

    Don’t shovel after drinking alcohol: Alcohol can increase a person’s sensation of warmth and cause them to underestimate the extra strain on their body in the cold.

    Don’t step out the door and get straight to shovelling: Take a few minutes to get your circulation going and warm up your muscles. Try some light walking and stretches to increase your heart rate slowly and prepare you for the activity

    Don’t think that a snowblower eliminates your risk. Snowblowers still have to be pushed through the snow, which can be hard depending on how wet the snow is. And they can’t get everywhere so some shovelling is usually still needed.

    Take a lot of breaks along the way: It’s a good idea to wait for your heart rate to settle down every so often before starting again.

    Be prepared to take a few layers off as you go: Overheating will increase your blood pressure further so make sure you can strip down to just a sweater if needed.

    Take lots of water breaks, just as you would during any other exercise.

    If you’re feeling tired or dizzy, stop: Go inside and plan to finish the job later. If you are still feeling very unwell even several minutes after stopping, call 911.

    Be willing to ask for help from family, friends or neighbours. As well, if you know a storm is coming, recruit help long before the flakes fall.

    Find out if your community offers snow removal: Many communities will clear the sidewalks outside the homes of older or disabled adults or those with heart conditions.

    Finally, learn CPR. You never know when you might have to help a neighbour or family member whose heart has stopped. Effective CPR from a bystander can double or triple a victim’s chance of survival, and hands-only CPR makes it easier than ever to save a life.

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