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Congratulations {program_questionnaire___name},

 
Thank you for submitting your health risk information for us to assess your wellness state! Your personal results reports important scientifically based health information especially tailored to you. You will see the path you are on for each of your health habits. Is your path healthy or unhealthy?
 
By completing your risk assessment, you have indicated that you are ready to take steps towards improving your health. Changing an unhealthy habit means understanding the path you are on, and where you want to go. Please find your full lifestyle report below.

Note: For all fields, a lower score indicates a healthier lifestyle.

 

Your Risk scores - The path you are following

Each of your health habits is scored from 0 to 10. A risk score of 0 is most healthy, and a risk score of 10 is most unhealthy. The lower your score, the better. Consider this as a sort of disease or risk score. 

Summary of Risk profile for {program_questionnaire___name}

 

   Your Risk Score.                                   Healthy Score
Anthropometrics.    {program_questionnaire___demographics_score} 0-3
Physical Activity.         {program_questionnaire___physical_score} 0-3
Food & Nutrition    {program_questionnaire___food_score} 0-3
Social Habits.     {program_questionnaire___social_score} 0-3
Addictions.    {program_questionnaire___addiction_score} 0-3
Sleep.           {program_questionnaire___sleep_score} 0-3
Family History {program_questionnaire___family_score} 0-3
Consolidated Lifestyle Risk Score {program_questionnaire___lifestyle_risk_score} 0-3

 

Your Consolidated Lifestyle Risk score is {program_questionnaire___lifestyle_risk_score}.  Is that good or bad? The figure below explains the range of risk scores, and gives you an idea where you stand.

 

Detailed Risk Profile for {program_questionnaire___name}

 

 
 

{program_questionnaire___demographics_score}/10

{program_questionnaire___demo_comments}

As you get older the risk of lifestyle diseases tends to increase. Generally Diabetes and hypertension occur in individuals above age 45. But, high risk persons(Obese and sedentary individuals) lifestyle diseases can occur much earlier. You can't control age. This is called non-modifiable risk factor but you ca make healthy choices such as regular activity, healthy eating choices and keeping weight under control. For men, as waist circumference increases from 35 to more than 40 inches the risk of cardiovascular disease more than doubles. For women, as waist circumference increases from 32 to 33 inches to more than 37 inches the risk of cardiovascular disease more than triples.

 
 
  {program_questionnaire___social_score}/10

{program_questionnaire___social_comments}

Research has demonstrated that being in the company of family, friends and relatives contributes positively towards your well being. Reading, watching movies or listening to music etc have been demonstrated to help develop the mind, and delay onset of diseases such as Alzheimer's. Maintaining intellectual and social engagement in everyday activities seems to buffer healthy individuals against cognitive decline later in life.

   
 
 
   {program_questionnaire___sleep_score}/10

 {program_questionnaire___sleep_comments}

A good night's sleep is as important as food and exercise. It has been seen that there has been a rapid decline in both the quality and quantity of sleep in the 21st century. This could lead to a lot of long-term health effects.

 
 
   {program_questionnaire___addiction_score}/10

 {program_questionnaire___addiction_comments}

Alcohol can be addicting. Does it damage the brain? It certainly affects the brain. It changes behaviour, slows the ability to react, impairs the ability to think and it affects the ability to move about normally. Excessive amounts of alcohol cause more severe impairment. Excessive consumption of alcohol can damage the brain and result in addiction. The social and culinary benefits of alcohol must be weighed against this. Smoking is bad for health. The risk of developing lung cancer, other cancers, heart attack, stroke and chronic lung disease is much lower in non-smokers.

 
 
   {program_questionnaire___physical_score}/10

{program_questionnaire___physical_comments}

An increased activity levels can make you feel happy and better. you can increase the rate at which your body burns calories and you may even feel energetic.Check out ways exercise can improve your life .Exercise improves your mood, combats chronic diseases, helps manage your weight, strengthens your heart and lungs, promotes better sleep, and Gasp...Exercise can be fun. Are you convinced? Good. Start reaping the benefits of physical activity.

 
 
   {program_questionnaire___food_score}/10

 {program_questionnaire___food_comments}

As you get older the risk of lifestyle diseases tends to increase. Generally Diabetes and hypertension occur in individuals above age 45. But, high risk persons(Obese and sedentary individuals) lifestyle diseases can occur much earlier. You can't control age. This is called non-modifiable risk factor but you ca make healthy choices such as regular activity, healthy eating choices and keeping weight under control. For men,as waist circumference increases from 35 to more than 40 inches the risk of cardiovascular disease more than doubles. For women, as waist circumference increases from 32 to 33 inches to more than 37 inches the risk of cardiovascular disease more than triples.

 

 

 
 {program_questionnaire___family_score}/10

 {program_questionnaire___family_comments}

 Family history is an important element that is totally out of your control. 

Families have many factors in common, including their genes, environment, and lifestyle. Together, these factors can give clues to medical conditions that may run in a family. By noticing patterns of disorders among relatives, healthcare professionals can determine whether an individual, other family members, or future generations may be at an increased risk of developing a particular condition.

A family medical history can identify people with a higher-than-usual chance of having common disorders, such as heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke, certain cancers, and diabetes. These complex disorders are influenced by a combination of genetic factors, environmental conditions, and lifestyle choices.