Risk factors for the development of coronary heart disease
It is known that 40% of deaths that occur in large urban centers are due to heart disease. Among the risk factors for coronary diseases are: stress, overweight, smoking, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, sedentary lifestyle, diabetes, family history, among others. Of the above risk factors, even the family history can be modified by maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
The greater the number of risk factors that the individual presents, the greater the possibility of developing chronic diseases, myocardial infarction, stroke, among others.
From the medical check-up performed and the development of specific programs to combat risk factors for coronary heart disease, the percentages tend to decrease, generating great well-being and safety among its employees, which can be demonstrated graphically at the next check-up. -up doctor.
Always encourage your company’s executives to participate in post-medical checkup consultations, when health promotion programs are prepared, together with the company’s strategic professional. Today, MedRio Check-up develops individual health promotion programs for executives, simply scheduling a follow-up appointment with our doctors. This action is part of the health management program developed by MedRio Check-up for executives, and can take place via Google Meet or in person. Next, we present the evolutionary charts on chronic diseases found in the examined population and the chart of emotional changes.