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Factors Affecting the Need for Routine Checkups

The kind and frequency for routine checkups differ. Age, health,  genetics, family medical history and lifestyle are large contributors, as they determine an individual’s predisposition for an illness.  Younger does not necessarily mean healthier. A person can be young but have a family history of diabetes, resulting in additional health care needs. 

How are routine checkups done?

You will undergo a number of screening by medical professionals depending on your needs. For example, blood tests are a way for the doctor to assess the health of internal organs such as the heart, liver, and thyroid. Diseases will likely show up in the bloodstream before symptoms are ever noticed. Many lives have been saved because a disease has been discovered early before it showed any symptoms. 

Check-ups Save Lives

Benefits of routine checkups:

  • early detection of health issues – illnesses that are caught early are much easier to treat. For instance, if cancer is detected in an early stage, which is very easy, 80 % of patients can be totally cured
  • cost efficient – long term preventative medicine saves not only health, but money too. By doing check ups along the way, you prevent large and expensive health interventions like surgery
  • less complications for pre-existing conditions: allow you to better manage existing symptoms, and prevent new ones from arising.

Regular health check-ups, which still are underestimated by the majority. Even though they save lives.

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