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Overall Score

Thank you for taking the screening. We are glad you took this step in managing your health and overall well-being. Please read below for specific results for your responses and recommendations for next steps.

Please remember that these results are NOT diagnoses, but we do suggest to follow-up with advance assessments and professional help by availing our specialized wellness programs.

Your overall score – 27

Time to make some changes. You are in RED ZONE …..STOP and have a look at your lifestyle, your eating habits, exercise regime, sleep pattern, and stress levels. Get in touch with us to have a detailed analysis and further assessment. We can help you in making the changes required to live a healthier, longer life.

For more on your well being, go to our website and check various programs and offerings to support your health.



Body mass index is a simple screening tool that helps determine if you are at a healthy weight for your body size. Knowing your body mass index, and understanding the steps you can take to get to a healthy BMI, is one of the most important ways you can improve your health and protect yourself against disease.

Your BMI : 25.6

You are in the Obese Class 1 category. You are at risk of developing high cholesterol levels, diabetes, heart diseases, stroke, hypertension, and sleep apnea. Aim to lose 5-10% of your weight over the next 6-12 months. Choose to stay healthy.

Medical Assessment

Blood Pressure – Normal blood pressure for an adult, when you’re at rest, is less than 120 over less than 80.

Uncontrolled high blood pressure increases your risk of serious health problems, including heart attack and stroke. Simple lifestyle changes help in preventing complications. Contact us to learn heart-healthy lifestyle regimes and program to support heart health.

Pulse Rate – A normal resting Pulse rate for adults ranges from 60 to 100 beats per minute. A lower heart rate at rest implies more efficient heart function and better cardiovascular fitness. Maintain healthy lifestyle habits like eating an antioxidant-rich diet, exercising, staying hydrated can helps to maintain the blood pressure and make it easier for the heart to pump, maintaining the resting heart rate. Consult us to understand how small changes in your daily regime will bring greater health benefits

Breathlessness – If you get breathless every day, there could be some underline problem associated with it. It could be related to your lungs, heart, emotional & mental health, or even weight. Consult us to learn to manage & control your breathing.

Sleep Pattern – Adequate & restful sleep pattern is an essential part of a healthy lifestyle. Sufficient sleep is necessary to rejuvenate, replenish and restore the functioning of body organs. Disturbed sleep can predispose to various health problems like high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity, heart disease, and stroke.

Lifestyle Assessment

Along with eating right and being active, real health includes getting enough sleep, practicing mindfulness, managing stress, keeping mind and body fit, connecting socially, and more.

Quick Tips

  • If you’re overweight, consider a goal of losing 5-10% of your current body weight.
  • Include plenty of whole grains and fiber in your daily diet to aid in weight reduction.
  • Limit your intake of sweet treats and sugary beverages.
  • Maintain at least 30 minutes of aerobic activity most days of the week. Brisk walking is a great start.
  • Avoid fast-track approaches to lose weight as with most fad diets. Instead, focus on portion control and making a variety of healthier choices, more often. Optimum health and well-being are long-term goals.

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