No one wants their doctor to give them a diagnosis of lung cancer, diabetes, congestive heart failure, or COPD. However, if you are overweight, have high blood pressure, have elevated cholesterol, have elevated blood sugar levels, or smoke, you are at risk of developing these diseases and many others. Today, there are steps that you can take to lessen the chance that you will receive such a diagnosis. Life Line Screening is one of the ways that you can have better health.
Life Line Screening provides individual health screenings for you to assess your overall health and if you are at risk of developing serious diseases. Their 6 for Life assessment uses ultrasound, finger-prick blood screening, and limited electrocardiograph screenings, for individuals who want to take a proactive approach to their health. Highly trained technicians using the same equipment used by hospitals perform the screenings, which are then read by board-certified physicians. Your personal physician can use this assessment to make recommendations for any lifestyle changes that you need to make to reduce your risk of developing these health issues, However, Life Line Screening goes beyond the screenings. If you are at risk, a yearly 6 for Life assessment is recommended.
As the medical field is constantly changing, Life Line Screening provides ongoing support through Life Line E-Newsletter. Its purpose is to keep you informed of changes in the medical field that affect you and to encourage you as you make the lifestyle changes for better health. Life Line Screening assessments can help you have better health and a better quality of life.