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Health checkup reports are usually filled with unfamiliar terms and detailed test figures. Very often, people just look at the grading and then put the report away somewhere without really understanding the content.
Please check our website and find the new report function, which uses colors and graphs to explain the health checkup results as clearly as possible so that you can grasp your health status.
My Page for health
- STEP2Your "risk level of lifestylerelated diseases" will be shown.
(Classified into 3 categories: high risk, moderate risk, and low risk. )
- STEP3Each of the 6 items (blood pressure, glucose metabolism, serum lipid concentration, renal function, liver function, and obesity) that are used to determine the "risk level of lifestyle-related diseases" will be shown in different colors according to the risk level. (In the example shown on the right, obesity, blood pressure, glucose metabolism and renal function are in yellow, which means "moderate risk." Other items are green, which means "low risk.") If you want more information on each item, click the name of the item.
- STEP4The test results of the past 5 years (times) will be shown in graphs, so the problems can easily be identified.
You can also read explanations on common diseases related to the test items, the effect of test results outside the normal range on the body, and how to improve the test results.
Even if the current test results are within the normal range, you should be careful if the results deteriorate every year, because you will soon be in a higher risk group if you do not do anything about it. You should try to improve your lifestyle at an early stage.
If you are classified as "high risk," please visit a medical institution as soon as possible if you have not done so already.