Would you like a better understanding about your health? Health Analysis highlights and spots early signs of common health concerns, so why not book yours today and learn more about your body. Here at LiveWire your health anaylsis will include:
Cholesterol testing Diabetes testing Waist circumference
Height / Weight/ BMI ECG reading Cardiovascular Risk Screening Blood Pressure
Contact our lifestyles team on 0300 003 0818 for pricing and availability
LEARN MORE ABOUT WHAT'S INCLUDED:
Cholesterol is a fatty substance in our blood which is produced naturally in the liver. Everyone has cholesterol. We need it to stay healthy because every cell in our body uses it. Some of this cholesterol comes from the food we eat.
There are two main types of cholesterol, one is good and the other is bad. Having too much bad cholesterol can cause problems as it can clog up your arteries increasing our risk of heart disease or having a stroke.
Our cholesterol test will measure:
Total cholesterol – the overall amount of cholesterol in your blood.
Good cholesterol (called HDL) – this makes you less likely to have heart problems or a stroke
HbA1c is what’s known as glycated haemoglobin. This is something that’s made when the glucose (sugar) in your body sticks to your red blood cells. Your body can’t use the sugar properly, so more of it sticks to your blood cells and builds up in your blood.
Too much sugar in the blood damages your blood vessels. This damage can lead to serious problems in parts of your body like your eyes and feet.
Our HbA1c test will measure your average blood glucose (sugar) levels for the last two to three months.
There are two measurements used to assess blood pressure:
Systolic pressure is the pressure exerted when your heart pumps, forcing blood to move through your arteries and Diastolic pressure is the pressure exerted when your heart is at rest, between beats
Ideally, we should all have blood pressure at or below 120 over 80 (120/80). Your Lifestyle Advisor will advise you on your results.
During this test we will be able to tell you what your Resting Heart Rate is (RHR)
BMI is a measure of whether you are a healthy weight for your height. However it is only a guide and, for some people, BMI may not take into account things like levels of muscle mass we have.
If your BMI is high, your Lifestyle Advisor can provide you with advice and support on losing weight and reducing your BMI
This simple test can be used to check your hearts rhythm and electrical activity. Sensors can detect if your heart rhythm is normal or if atrial fibrillation (AF) is detected.
An abnormal ECG reading doesn’t always mean there is something wrong with your heart however a Lifestyle Advisor can advise you on your next steps.
A useful test to calculate an your lung age and a useful tool in encouraging someone to quit smoking (if applicable). A high lung age in relation to your chronological age can illustrate the likely negative impact of continued smoking on lung function.
Other environmental and lifestyle choices can impact on your lungs so it’s a good test to have.
Getting your waist measured is a good way to check you're not carrying too much fat around your stomach, which can raise your risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes, cancer and stroke.
You can have a healthy BMI and still have too much tummy fat, meaning you're still at risk of developing these diseases.
Cardiovascular Risk Screening
After your Health Check you'll be given your risk of developing a heart or circulation problem (such as heart disease, stroke, and type 2 diabetes or kidney disease) over the next 10 years.
low – you have less than a 10% chance of a heart or circulation problem in the next 10 years
moderate – you have a 10-20% chance of a heart or circulation problem in the next 10 years
high – you have more than a 20% chance of a heart or circulation problem in the next 10 years