Male Wellness Screening

Take three minutes out of your busy schedule to check if you should be screening yourself. Your health is the most valuable asset that you are in control of. If just two of them apply to you then you should consider getting yourself professionally screened.

Male Self-assessment

Are you at risk of heart attack or worse?

Take just a few minutes to read the following statements.

If two or more statements apply to you then you have risk factors that increase the chances of developing cancer or cardiovascular disease and you should consider having a comprehensive health check.  Get in touch with us today and we will help you arrange a wellness package to suit your needs.

Age: I am a male over 40 years old.

Family history of heart disease: My father or brother had a heart attack before age 55 or my mother or sister had one before age 65.

Family history of cancer: Any of my first degree relatives had colorectal (bowel) cancer.

Heart disease medical history: I have coronary artery disease or I’ve had a heart attack or another heart condition(s).

Vascular disease history: I have been told that I have carotid artery disease or I have had a stroke or I have a disease of the leg arteries.

Blood pressure: My blood pressure is 140/90 mm Hg or higher or a health professional has said my blood pressure is too high or I don’t know what my blood pressure is.

Tobacco smoke: I smoke or live or work with people who smoke regularly.

Total cholesterol: My total cholesterol is 240 mg/dL or higher or I don’t know my level.

HDL cholesterol: My HDL (good) cholesterol is less than 40 mg/dL or I don’t know my HDL cholesterol level.

Physical activity: I get less than a total of 30 minutes of physical activity on most days.

Overweight: I am 9 Kilograms or more overweight for my height and build.

Diabetes: I have diabetes (a fasting blood sugar of 126 mg/dL or higher) or I need medicine to control my blood sugar.

If two or more of the above statements apply to you then you have risk factors which increase the chances of developing cancer or cardiovascular disease and you should consider having a comprehensive health check.

  • Over 40? 60%
  • History of Family Heart Disease? 50%
  • Overweight? 75%

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Having had a full and successful career in IT, I had neglected my own health, often prioritising my sales targets.  After feeling unwell, I took the advice of my physician and had a full executive screening package.  The results highlighted that I needed to make adjustments to my lifestyle and I am convinced the screen helped me to avoid a major health problem developing.  I now have an annual screen and would highly recommend it.

Johnathan Collins

IT Director