Each year, over 600,000 Americans will die from cardiovascular diseases. The most recent numbers will indicate that for every 4 deaths, one of them is related to a heart disease. This is one of the main causes of mortality in women and men. The current numbers also indicate that over 20% of the deaths in the US could have been avoided with the right changes to their lifestyle and to their diet.
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An individual can help themselves live a longer life by allowing their doctors and medical providers to perform preventative screening exams and tests. The tests that will be used will help to locate any health problems that could cause their body harm. This exam will also allow patients to learn the things that could be done for a healthier lifestyle overall. Sometimes this is enough of a motivator for the patient to start living a much healthier life.
What is known as the silent killer, heart disease is causing many people to die at an early age. With the right help and tools, the patients are able to learn techniques and things they can do to increase their chances of living longer. What most patients do not know is that many patients who have a heart attack will not recover from the heart attack. In most cases, the attack is fatal. The only problem is that the patients will not have an opportunity to make the necessary changes to their lifestyle.
Patients who have been checked with Lifeline Screening have been able to make the changes they need in order to prevent a stroke or heart attack. In a recent study performed, there were 3,000 people who were checked for cardiovascular heart disease with many of the patients being female and who are more than 50 years old. They also looked at participants who have been previously examined or who have never been examined before. This study was done to help determine if patients would start to improve their overall health or if they made very little changes to their lifestyle.
What the study did was to let others know that the patients who were previously examined and diagnosed with heart disease or a cardiovascular condition had made the necessary changes to their lifestyle when informed about their conditions and had made plans for the future. For many patients, they opted to change their diet, start a exercise regimen.
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