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Making Heart Health a Priority

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Heart Health

Heart health involves much more than just your heart: blood pressure, cholesterol levels, family history, and other factors all play a role in keeping your heart strong. By learning about your health history and running a variety of tests, we're able to get a full picture of your heart health. While some heart problems come with noticeable symptoms, others may go undetected without the right medical testing. That's why heart screenings are so important.

Have some questions but aren't sure where to begin? Start with our Heart Health Assessment and learn more about your risk for heart-related conditions. Or if you'd like, simply give us a call or fill out this form to request an appointment. Our care coordinators would be glad to get you the information you need and help you schedule an appointment with a physician. We're here to walk you through every step of the process.

 

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Know the Symptoms

Along with regular appointments, watching for the symptoms of heart disease is a big part of staying healthy. The warning signs may not feel like you'd expect. Here are a few common symptoms that can be easy to miss.

 

  • Indigestion: It's an everyday occurrence for some people, but indigestion can also be a warning sign of a heart attack, especially in women. It's often combined with anxiety, unusual sweating, or pain in the jaw, neck, or back.

  • Pain or a "Squeezing" Sensation in the Chest: In men, chest pain or discomfort is more likely to appear during physical activity. Women are more likely than men to have chest pain while resting.

  • Swollen Legs, Ankles, or Feet: This can be a sign that extra fluid is building up in your body, which may mean that your heart is having trouble pumping blood throughout your body.

  • Fatigue: We all get tired at times, and that's normal. But if you find yourself tiring more easily than usual or having extreme tiredness that lasts for days, it may be time to talk to a doctor. Pay particular attention if you notice any tightness in your chest along with the fatigue.

  • General Weakness: No one knows your body like you do. If you feel like something is "off" with your health, give your doctor a call. It's always better to be on the safe side when it comes to your heart!

Make your heart health a priority today. Take our free heart health assessment or give us a call to request an appointment.

Every year, more Americans die from heart-related conditions than from any other cause. Sadly, many people don't even realize their heart is at risk until a major event like a heart attack. When you act early to check your heart health, we're in a better position to catch potential issues and work together to make a plan to keep you healthy for the long run.

IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING CHEST PAIN, CALL 911 IMMEDIATELY.

IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING CHEST PAIN, CALL 911 IMMEDIATELY.

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