Heart Check Up (Heart Disease Screening)
Nowadays heart disease seems to be very common among many people – even among those who look relatively healthier. In other words, a healthy lifestyle and good health seem to be offering no insurance against heart disease.
Now, in the present scenario, age is also not offering any resistance against heart disease as heart attacks are now striking at a younger age (30s and 40s). Heart disease has no longer remained gender-specific either as both men and women are succumbing to it.
Sedentary life, an unhealthy diet, and a high-pressure lifestyle are the major risk factors for heart disease. The best option is to get a heart check-up done as screening detects heart disease at an early stage.
When you look at some of the recent incidences of heart disease, you would be surprised to know that individuals who succumbed to it were managing their weights, doing exercise, taking a healthy diet, and leading a healthy lifestyle.
In the majority of the cases, any ailment related to your heart goes undetected as many people don’t show any symptoms; even if the symptoms manifest, they appear to be vague or similar to symptoms of other common health issues – which many of us tend to ignore. This is the reason why when we say about heart check-ups to someone, they simply ignore it. When someone tries to convince them about the reason why they should undergo heart disease screening, they simply say that why I should undergo as I am healthy; I don’t have any symptoms – and so on…
Heart disease is often detected accidentally during regular health check-ups and also during the tests that are being ordered prior to surgery. However, the best way to prevent heart disease is to heart check-up done or get screened. Heart disease screening detects heart disease at an early stage both in suspected and unsuspected cases.