Heart disease is the leading cause of death around the world. Although a large part of the global population is affected by cardiovascular diseases, most people are not even aware they have it. The best way to detect heart disease early on is to regularly get cardiovascular health tests.
Better2Know has the right heart health test for you at our nationwide network of clinics.
A cardiovascular heart health test can show if you have any indicators of heart disease. These indicators include:
- Fatty build-up in your arteries
- High levels of plaque
- High triglyceride levels
- Elevated CRP
With Better2Know's comprehensive cardiovascular tests, you can fully understand your heart health. If any of these indicators are present, you can work with a doctor to form your plan for lifestyle changes that can decrease your risk of heart disease.
Better2Know Cardiovascular (Heart) Health Tests
- Advanced Heart Health Test
- Blood Chemistry Test
- Calcium Test
- Cardiovascular (PLAC) Test
- Cholesterol Test
- Complete Blood and Blood Chemistry Test
- Complete Heart Health Test
- Full Blood Count Test
- Heart Disease and Inflammation (HS CRP) Test
- Heart Health Screen
- Inflammation Test
- Omega 3 and 6 Test
Why is Heart Health Important?
Your heart is the central part of your body’s circulatory system, meaning it pumps blood throughout your body, supplies oxygen, and removes waste from your tissues. As a result, poor heart health can cause serious problems with your body and lead to strokes, heart attacks, heart failure, and other cardiovascular diseases.
How to Promote Heart Health
You can keep your heart healthy by eating healthy foods, staying active, maintaining a healthy weight, limiting stress, and drinking alcohol in moderation. By doing your best to lead a healthy lifestyle, you can minimize your risk of heart disease.
Who Should Get Heart Health Tests?
Getting a heart health test is a regular part of preventative healthcare for adults. Once you reach 20 years old, you should get tested regularly to ensure your heart is in good condition. Those at high risk for heart disease should get tested more frequently, as they are more likely to get it than others.
You may be at high risk for heart disease if you have:
- High cholesterol
- High blood pressure
- Low physical activity
- Unhealthy diet
- Family history of heart disease
- Drink heavily
- Smoke tobacco
Book Your Cardiovascular Tests Today!
Interested in getting a screening for your heart health? If so, click ‘book now’ and schedule an appointment today! You can also get additional support by calling the number above to reach our 24/7 booking team. Our dedicated team can help you find a clinic near you, pick the right test, and even schedule an appointment.