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Don’t let stress affect your heart health

Stress has become part of everyday life for all of us. It is that bad that we have even come to accept stress as normal. But is it normal though? What exactly is stress? What does it do to our…

How do you treat atrial fibrillation?

Did our app detect abnormalities in your heart rhythm, indicating atrial fibrillation (AF)? Better make an appointment to see your cardiologist or GP to discuss these results. Because, even if it does not always affect you: atrial fibrillation will not…

Heart rhythm disorders: a silent killer

Your heart sees to it that blood is circulated around your body. At rest, the heart does so at 60 to 100 beats a minute. If you are exerting yourself, this causes your heart rate to go up in order…

Atrial fibrillation: what are the symptoms?

Atrial fibrillation – also known as auricular fibrillation, and usually abbreviated as AF - is one of the most commonly encountered heart rhythm disorders. But how do you know whether you have this heart rhythm disorder? What are the symptoms?…

Palpitations: what to do?

Are you having palpitations? For starters: you are not alone. Palpitations are very widespread. They are one of the main reasons why patients go to see their GP, cardiologist or end up at Accident & Emergency.1 But these medical checks…

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