Health Care Education: Heart Disease fatal without symptoms in younger men – Also, information on mobile, outpatient testing now available
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by Neva J. Howell unless otherwise noted
Heart Disease in Younger Men
Clogged arteries and heart disease do not always cause symptoms in younger men. According to recent medical reports, men in their 30s are being diagnosed with heart disease at high levels.
So, even though you may not currently be experiencing symptoms that might signal a heart challenge, if you are below the age of 40, you might still be at risk. Learn what your genetic factors might be and also educate yourself on a heart-healthy diet.
If your family has a history of heart disease, be sure to have cardiovascular tests done, as recommended by your doctor, particularly if you have a high-stress job.
Your 30s are is not too soon to start living better for cardiovascular health either.
Incorporate regular exercise and a diet with moderate fat to reduce your risks, particularly if your family has a history of heart disease.
There is now a non-invasive, non-hospital option for having a lot of the test for cardiovascular health done. These mobile testing facilitites are ran by a company called LifeLine Screening that sends out medically trained staff to local communities. You must go in, pay a lot less than you would for the same cardiovascular health tests in a hospital, and get the tests done in your own community.
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