“What you don’t know can’t hurt you.” Killing 600,000 people in the US yearly that adage does not apply to Cardiovascular Disease. The “silent killer” heart disease can be damaging an individual’s heart long before they experience any symptoms or have a heart attack. Statistically, a person is unlikely to survive their first heart attack.
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The greater tragedy in that is that there are preventative screenings that can detect cardiovascular disease before it turns fatal. If a screening reveals that a patient has heart disease they are more likely to take preventative measures to try and stave off a heart attack.
Even those whose results come back negative are likely to start leading a more healthy lifestyle. All this boils down to one thing. Even if you have no cause to suspect that you have heart disease and you have no family history of it, it is in everyone’s best interest to be screened for cardiovascular disease.
Knowledge gained from a Cardiovascular Screening is an invaluable tool that can spare you suffering and extra expense. Most importantly, it can prevent premature death.
Lifeline Screening is a leader in the field of cardiovascular and other preventative health screenings. Based in Austin, Texas, the company has over twenty years of experience conducting and interpreting the results of health screenings.
Serving both the United States and United Kingdom Life Line Screening conducted half-a-million health screenings during its first five years of existence. Because these screenings are so important Life Line Screening has designed them to be quick, easy, and relatively inexpensive.
Life Line offers a trio of test types.
• Finger Stick Blood Tests-Blood testing has a large role in assessing heart health. Life Line Screening’s approach requires a small amount of blood taken via a finger prick. This makes things easier on people who hate needles.
• Ultrasound Screenings`-The Doppler Color Flow ultrasounds administered by Life Line Screening is the most modern technology of its kind. This screening detects the presence of aneurysms and other heart health issues.
• Electrocardiograph-A noninvasive test that requires no preparation beforehand an EKG registers abnormalities in the heartbeat. An irregular heartbeat can be a precursor to a stroke.
Heart disease is the main killer of both sexes in the US. A fifth of those deaths could have been prevented with the lifestyle changes a heart health screening tends to prompt.
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