EKG Cardiology

EKG, Stress Tests, Cardiology Medical.

We all know that the heart is one of the most important muscles found in the human body. When you need to access important cardiology health services, you want to find a doctor as quickly as possible. At Express Healthcare, we provide important cardiology services.


Recommend a Stress Test?

Your doctor may recommend a stress test if you have signs or symptoms of coronary artery disease or an irregular heart rhythm (arrhythmia).

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What is a Stress Test?

A stress test is a standard screening aimed at evaluating your overall cardiac health. As well as diagnosing severe arterial blockages, stress tests will create a baseline of cardiac function. Stress checks will track the heart rate using an electrocardiogram (EKG) unit. Most patients will not require stress tests on a regular basis. However, those who have had previously had a cardiac event such as a heart attack or blood clot may wish to undergo regular monitoring using an EKG stress test as a measure of their cardiac activity. Stress tests should not be painful. However, you will be required to have small electrodes attached to your body.

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How Can I Protect My Heart Health?

The best way to help ensure that you enjoy robust heart health throughout your life is to maintain a balanced lifestyle. With plenty of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains, you can aim at eating a balanced diet. Also critical is a dedicated fitness routine as part of an active lifestyle. You will help the lifelong wellbeing of your heart by taking care of your body from a holistic viewpoint. Healthy lifestyle choices can help you maintain a healthy body weight with a BMI that is within normal standards.

How acupuncture is performed?

If you are looking for a convenient urgent care center that can provide a wide range of healthcare services including cardiology screening and care, our compassionate doctors can answer questions you may have about your heart health and help you design a lifestyle plan that will effectively help you improve your health and reduce your risk of a cardiac event.

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What habits or conditions can increase my risk of heart problems?

There are a number of things that can contribute to negative cardiovascular function. Reducing your alcohol intake and quitting smoking are two things you can do that will have an almost immediate positive affect on your heart health. You should also work with your doctor to address other chronic health problems such as hypertension, high cholesterol, and diabetes, as all of these can be major contributing factors to cardiac conditions. If you have been diagnosed with more than one of these conditions, it can exponentially increase your risk for developing a heart condition. Excess body fat, eating an unbalanced diet that is high in certain types of fats, and excessive stress can also contribute to your cardiac disease risk.

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