There are a large number of diseases that develop with as little notice as possible. Having a check-up at least once a year will help to exclude risks or, if a disorder does occur, to treat it quickly and effectively at minimal cost.
It will either rule out or show that a person has a cardiovascular disorder or is at risk of developing cancer or other types of disease. Most diseases that are at an early stage of development are easy to treat and can greatly increase a person's standard of living and life expectancy. If a check-up shows that you are completely healthy, you can continue to enjoy life.
It helps to detect complications from coronavirus in a timely manner.
Occasionally, a person who has had coronavirus will experience some after-effects.
Symptoms are most often subtle, so people write it off as normal drowsiness. It is then that latent pathologies begin to develop, which can lead to serious consequences. For example, the increased clotting in the blood causes high-density blood clots that get stuck in the blood vessels and prevent oxygen from reaching vital organs, including the heart. Or thyroiditis, an inflammation of the thyroid gland, occurs. This causes hair loss, weight gain, and damage to the kidneys and liver, and the oxygen supply to the heart becomes less.
The nutrition check-up
Find out what you need to eat right and how your current diet is affecting your health.
According to the WHO, lifestyle has the most impact on a person's health. And 80% of all health outcomes depend on proper nutrition. So what kind of nutrition is right? Each person has his own set of nutritional principles and the right foods. Some people lack proteins or fats, others have to avoid gluten and dairy products. All these factors have an impact on health and well-being, but usually remain in the shadows. Read the checklist to find out what kind of diet you need, which foods you need to eliminate completely and which foods you need to add.
Diagnose diseases and infections of the reproductive system in good time.
This is important because most STIs are hardly noticeable until they cause complications: from painful menstruation to infertility. You will be able to detect all the pathologies you have, from the most common herpes to precancerous lesions.
An intravaginal pelvic ultrasound will help you determine the condition of your ovaries, uterus and fallopian tubes, and an STI smear will tell you whether or how severe your disease is. You will receive a full transcript of the examination as well as the gynaecologist's recommendations, which are included in the check-up. In addition, the examination includes a PAP test, which determines whether there are cancerous and precancerous cells in the vagina or cervix.
Micronutrients and vitamins
Find out if you are getting enough of your essential micronutrients and minerals. Severe swelling, weak nails and hair are often the result of micronutrient deficiencies. And vitamin deficiencies lead to poor health, drowsiness and low immunity, which increases the risk of recurrence of chronic illnesses and frequent colds.
STIs and prostate diseases can develop implicitly, so early diagnosis is essential.
Get tested for common STIs and have an ultrasound scan of the representative gland. A PSA test is also part of the check-up. This will help detect prostatitis and assess your risk of developing prostate cancer. At the end of the examination, you will receive the results of your tests, a full transcript and the urologist's recommendations, which are already included in the cost of the examination. If a man has a good immune system, diseases can develop extremely unnoticed. Have a check-up at least once a year, as infections that are not detected in time cause many complications, including infertility.