A survey by Forbes showed that 3/5 of the most common new year’s resolutions are health related – improving fitness, optimising diet, and losing weight. Noble pursuits indeed.
However, the same survey revealed that 62% of people feel pressured to set a new year’s resolutions. Perhaps it’s the fear of change? Perhaps its failure? Perhaps its not knowing how to achieve the goals we set? Burying our heads in the sand probably won’t help. January gets a bad reputation as a miserable month. But it’s the perfect opportunity to make some lifestyle changes to improve your overall health and happiness – healthy body, happy mind.
Other than more trips to the gym and a complete overhaul of your diet, how do we know what positive changes to make? Every person is unique and what works for you, might not work for someone else. Some of our habits are worse for our health than others. But when it comes to improving your overall health, it can be tough to know where to begin.
For over 40 years, Randox has been a pioneer in medical diagnostics. Now, with Randox Health, we are dedicated to empowering you with the highest quality preventative health testing. Through an in-depth analysis including up to 350 data points, we offer comprehensive insights into your health, guiding you to areas that could benefit from a fresh routine.
This January, we want to help you get the best possible start to the year. From 1st to 8th of January, we’re offering 20% off our whole range of health packages so you can get access to unrivalled data about your health, arming you with the knowledge you need to make the correct decisions about your health. Use the code NEWYOU at checkout.
How many people in the UK live with a circulatory disease?
In the UK, 7.6 million people are living with a heart or circulatory disease.
(British Heart Foundation, 2023)
How many people live with Diabetes?
There are 4.3 million people living with diabetes, with an additional 850,000 estimated to be undiagnosed in the UK alone.
(Diabetes UK, 2023)
How many people live with Chronic Kidney Disease?
7.2 million adults in the UK are living with stage 1-5 chronic kidney disease.
(Kidney Research UK, 2023)
How many people harbour a liver condition?
Around 20% of people are thought to harbour a liver condition & are commonly asymptomatic. Over the last 20 years, premature deaths via liver disease has increased by 63.6%.
(Office for Health Improvement & Disparities, 2023)
Our Everyman/Everywoman health check is designed to give you unrivalled health insights to your full body well-being from a simple blood test. With this information, you can investigate your risk of developing a wide range of conditions, including those most prevalent in the UK and the world.
- Digestive Health
- Nutritional Health
- Muscle & Joint Health
- Bone Health
- Allergy Evaluation
- Infection & Inflammation
- Prostate Health
- Female Hormonal Health
- Male Hormonal Health
- Personal Health Measurements
- Full Blood Count
- Iron Status
- Heart Health
- Diabetes Health
- Metabolic Syndrome
- Kidney Health
- Liver Health
- Pancreatic Health
By analysing data points associated with these conditions and many others, you can obtain information pertinent to your risk of common health conditions in the UK, as well as various other medical concerns.
What makes the Everyman/Everywoman health test special is that it’s really 2 tests. The first health check is like establishing a baseline. This allows you to monitor your health over the year to see how the changes you’ve made impact your overall well-being. Perfect for those who want to see the outcomes of their New Year’s Resolutions.
For those who results suggest you’re at risk, we provide you with a detailed report explaining exactly what the results mean. We also provide the option of a health and well-being discussion with one of our highly trained team, or a GP appointment, to make sure you really understand the implications of your health test.