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Healthy ways to enjoy drinking alcohol

In parts 1 and 2 of this series, we delved deeper into alcohol consumption. It’s a fact that, because we enjoy life, we are masters of alcohol. It’s a fact that an occasional glass can have a positive impact on…

What alcohol does to your body – and your heart

Alcohol has been part of Western culture for centuries. And because we enjoy life, we like to keep up that tradition. After all, isn’t a daily glass of alcohol healthy for your heart? Or is any glass one too many?…

Walking and cycling are good for your heart

Walking and cycling have become more popular than ever before because of the nice weather and the measures against the spread of the coronavirus disease. And that’s good news for your heart! Find out why below. We are sitting too…

FibriCheck selected to join the NHS Innovation Accelerator

FibriCheck has been announced as one of 11 innovations selected to join the award-winning NHS Innovation Accelerator (NIA) in 2020   FibriCheck is thrilled to be among the new innovations joining the 2020 NIA programme. FibriCheck is an innovative, hardware-free…

Why you should check your heart rhythm regularly

As opposed to your heart rate which varies constantly, your heart rhythm should stay regular throughout the day. An irregular rhythm of your heartbeat is what we call a heart rhythm disorder or arrhythmia. From the age of 40 you…

How does FibriCheck measure your heart rhythm?

Measuring your heart rate is quite simple. Place your finger on the inside of your wrist or on your neck and count the number of heartbeats in one minute. A healthy heart rate at rest ranges from 60 anywhere up…

Heart rate versus heart rhythm

You can have a perfectly normal heart rate but still suffer from heart rhythm disorders. What is the difference between the two? And how do you check your heart rate and your heart rhythm?

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