Cardiovascular Symptoms
Cardiovascular disease may be present without any pain or symptoms. If there are symptoms, these symptoms can take many different forms depending on how much regular blood flow is interrupted to the affected organ. Longevity’s early detection screenings save lives by identifying early sighs of cardiovascular abnormalities at a stage when treatment options are most effective.

Heart Attack Symptoms
  • Central chest pain that can last a few minutes and maybe accompanied by tightness or a squeezing sensation.
  • Chest pain can that seems to spread to the neck, shoulders or arms.
  • Other Heart Attack symptoms include, light headedness, sweating, faintness, nausea and shortness of breath.
Stroke Symptoms
  • Feelings of weakness in the arms or legs.
  • A loss off feeling in the face or body.
  • Other symptoms include difficultly speaking, a loss of vision in one eye, dizziness and a sudden intense headache.