WELLBEING TESTS

Our wellbeing packages enlighten and empower you and your employees to take the necessary steps towards a better lifestyle and sound working environment.

 

These tests allow you to explore your hormones, organ function, vitamins, minerals, allergies and screen for possible infections, pathogens and malignancy.

Samantha
May

Marketing Executive

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Cortisol is a steroid hormone, produced by the adrenal glands, and has a wide range of effects throughout the body, including helping to regulate blood sugar, inflammation and metabolism.

 

Cushing syndrome occurs when the human body is exposed to high cortisol levels for an extended period of time, whereas Addison’s disease causes a low cortisol.

CORTISOL 
TEST

Symptoms of high cortisol levels include:

  • Weight gain (especially in the face and abdomen)

  • Diabetes

  • High blood pressure

  • Excess facial and body hair in women

  • Muscle weakness and osteoporosis (weak bones)

 

Symptoms of low cortisol levels include:

  • Weakness

  • Mental confusion

  • Dizziness 

  • Nausea, vomiting or abdominal pain

  • Fevers and chills

  • Loss of appetite 

  • Low blood pressure

  • Skin rashes

The level of cholesterol in your blood is used to explore diet and assess future cardiovascular risk. Cholesterol is needed in order for your body to make new cells and produce hormones and vitamins, however having a high cholesterol may lead to fatty deposits building up in your blood vessels, and this puts you at a higher risk of cardiovascular disease as the deposits make it more difficult for blood to flow and can break off and cause a blood clot (such as a heart attack or stroke).

CHOLESTEROL TEST

There are no symptoms of having high cholesterol, which is why a cholesterol test is so important.

Samantha
May

Marketing Executive

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KIDNEY
TEST

Symptoms of high cortisol levels include:

  • Weight gain (especially in the face and abdomen)

  • Diabetes

  • High blood pressure

  • Excess facial and body hair in women

  • Muscle weakness and osteoporosis (weak bones)

 

Symptoms of low cortisol levels include:

  • Weakness

  • Mental confusion

  • Dizziness 

  • Nausea, vomiting or abdominal pain

  • Fevers and chills

  • Loss of appetite 

  • Low blood pressure

  • Skin rashes