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Blood Check Up

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If you have a history of heart problems, symptoms of heart disease or a family history of cardiac problems, a range of blood tests are available to assess your cardiovascular health. While this includes analysis of your cholesterol level, comprehensive blood testing is available through Cardiac Screen, as your lipid profile is not the only indicator of your risk of heart disease. The results of your blood check up can then be used in conjunction with other cardiac investigations to aid diagnosis and inform any changes you need to make to your diet and lifestyle. Read More

What Happens at a London Cardiac Test?

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Attending a clinic for a London cardiac test can be a stressful business. Although finding out about any health problems affecting your heart is the best way to ensure that you get the cardiac care you need as soon as possible, you might still be worried about what the tests could reveal. On top of this, you might also be anxious about what exactly will happen at the clinic. Read More

Seven Tips for Preventing Heart Disease

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When I was a child I thought that all you had to do to prevent heart disease was avoid salt and greasy fry up’s and I’d look rather scornfully at my mother as she dished up another Friday night meal of egg and chips. It is a good idea to avoid excessive sodium and trans -fats in your diet, medical research has come a long way in the last few decades in understanding the causes of heart disease. Here are some of the ways you can help keep your heart healthy. Read More

How to Avoid a Heart Attack?

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According to the British Heart Foundation, around 103,000 people suffer a heart attack each year in the UK and this is the leading cause of death related to heart disease. However, even if you have a risk factor for heart disease, such as a family history of the disease, high blood pressure or diabetes, a heart attack is not inevitable, as there are various steps you can take to lower your risk. Read More

LIVING HEALTHY

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It is not hard to live healthy; it requires a small amount of commitment and love to live. Think of your body as your physical shell which takes you through life. If you repeatedly abuse it with unhealthy lifestyle, your shell wears out quickly. While you may look okay on the outside, on the inside, your arteries are getting clogged up with cholesterol and arterial plaque. Life is beautiful and you do not want to bring onto yourself unnecessary health problems to your vital body organs. They may be working well today, but they may not be tomorrow. Please do not take your health today for granted. Read More

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