Sustaining your coronary heart well being yearly

Maintaining your heart health every year

Presented by the Vein, Heart and Vascular Institute

Although there are many steps you can take to minimize your risk for cardiovascular and venous disease – including moderate weekly exercise, whole foods, plant-heavy diets, and avoiding prolonged sitting or standing – it’s still important to check your heart health with a cardiovascular doctor every year.

“The annual health check-up may include an ultrasound test to assess vein and heart health, a cholesterol screen, and an electrocardiogram screen for heart health, depending on your risk factors,” says Dr. Hesham Fakhri of the Veins, Heart and Vascular Institute in Tampa. “The annual visit is usually concluded with an individual training and nutrition plan. With a few minor adjustments to daily habits for the coming year, the risk of cardiovascular health problems will appear, or heart and vein problems that have already started will be stopped and possibly even reversed. “

Dr. Fakhri specializes in interventional cardiology and endovascular medicine. He focuses on cardiovascular disease prevention and uses cutting edge imaging to make a diagnosis and minimally invasive procedures to correct the problem.

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