The 24-hour ECG recording again is performed by ECG electrodes that allow the heart rhythm to be recorded. We can then go away and analyze that data and look up any of what your heart rate and rhythm are doing at various times of the day. Of course, we expect that your heart rate will be higher at certain points during the daytime and lower at night. Still, it allows us to look for that variability.
For people that do have symptoms suggesting heart rhythm abnormalities, like palpitations, dizzy spells or blackouts, we can actually see what their heart rhythm is doing specifically at those times when they get symptoms.
That again, allows us to give you much more specific information about what your heart rhythm and heart rate are doing when you’re experiencing these issues.
I invite you to book a consultation with Many Beats. If you have any concerns about your heart health or if you’re concerned about your risks of heart disease going forward, we will see you in a timely fashion in a location in London, and we’ll provide you with a very streamlined service where you can get a lot of investigations done and a definitive management plan which is tailored to you as the individual.