Long-term monitoring of the ECG can help reduce the risk of heart disease
Updated: Aug 24
Twenty-somethings with even mildly elevated blood pressure may face an increased risk of clogged heart arteries by middle age, a long-term U.S. study finds.The study, which tracked nearly 4,700 people, found that even "pre-hypertension" in young adulthood was linked to a higher risk of calcium buildup in the heart arteries 25 years later.
Experts said the findings send a message to young adults: Know your blood pressure numbers and, if needed, change your lifestyle to get them in the normal range.
What you do as a young adult matters. We shouldn't wait until middle-age to address blood pressure.
Recording heart's electrical data in an easy and convenient way is the primary preventive measure.Regular testing provides good data support for overall diseases analysis.
Dynamic ECG recorder ER1 and ER2 can well meet these requirements.
After connecting to the free APP via Bluetooth, real-time heart rate and ECG monitoring can be obtained through dynamic and intuitive display.In addition, when the heart rate exceeds the set range, the sticker will have a vibration reminder.
The cardiac paste can record a single 24h ECG data and upload data via USB.Through accurate AI analysis and data support, you can see your ecg detection results in time.