Importance of exercise ECG

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Nowadays, people tend to become too involved in their work and in the end they always find themselves too stressed out and tired. After a while, they complain that they not only look old but they feel like one too. In this fast paced world, resting is one of the necessities in life that we almost always seem to forget. We take it for granted because in our minds we know that it’s there when we need it and it’s free. However, there are dire consequences when you don’t get enough rest.

First, viruses can easily penetrate our body since the immune system may not be adequate enough to protect you. Next, you tend to lose your concentration ad focus because your mind is overworked and you may become a grumpy person with no life and no friends. Last, it can lead to heart disease which kills a lot of people. So how can you prevent this from happening? Relaxing your mind and body more often can relieve you of pain and stress. Then there’s exercise ECG.

Exercise Electrocardiogram (ECG) can detect various heart diseases such as ischaemic heart disease that is the major cause of angina. It documents and monitors the movement of the heart as it creates small electrical impulses that make the heart contract.

Though it may sound like a lot of pain, Exercise ECG’s are painless. The device is attached onto your chest and you will be asked to do a few exercises like run on a treadmill. The machine then gradually increases its pace as it takes your blood pressure and observes your heart.

Heart diseases and sudden and fatal heart attacks are very common in this day and age. Prevention and proper maintenance is the best cure for it and with a little R&R and having an exercise ECG, you’re sure to have a healthy life that you can enjoy.

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