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Signs of Heart Attack: Test Yourself With iOS Apps

We live in a stressful world now, life is meant to get easier as you get older, but we all know that this is never the case. It does not matter how old you are, if you try to take on too much or you are unhealthy, then chances are you are heading for a heart attack. Over the years people have looked on the Internet for signs of a heart attack, but you can now test yourself with iOS apps.

The first app is called “Heart Attack” and you will be pleased to know that it is free. The App for your iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad will ask you a series if questions, and it will then look at your answers and determine if you are at risk of a heart attack. You can also try this app out on someone that you care about, just to persuade them to make a lifestyle change.

If you would like a more extensive app and are prepared to pay $5.99, then “5 Steps to Detect and Manage a Heart Attack” is another possible choice. We all know that this issue is classed as the silent killer, but this book on the App Store gives you all the details you need to detect a heart attack and what things you can do to treat it.

We know how much you love the free apps, so “Heart Disease Risk Calculator” is another good choice. This is yet another app that looks at your risk of having a heart attack over the next ten years or so. The app also offers advice on what you need to do to reduce your risk, no matter what age.

Those are just three of a number of apps available. However, we would like to warn you that you should always visit your “CARDIOLOGIST” if you have health fears.

Would you trust an app to let you know you are at risk of a heart attack?

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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