What would you do with your best health?
Would you pick up your kids more easily or be less worried about heart disease or diabetes? Would you be able to do that long hike you always wanted to. Or run that mini marathon. Or just walk down to the shops without stopping every 10 minutes?
Here at Human Health we understand that we are living in crazy times. We feel out of control and our health is particularly worrying. However we actually can regain control of our health through the choices we have like what we eat and drink, or how much exercise or sleep we get. Things that truly put you back in control.
Why come to Human Health for help?
Meet Ruth who kindly shares her health reasons for coming to get help from us at Human Health.
The conclusion to Ruth’s story
So hear the conclusion to Ruth’s story where she describes how her recent health scares have been turned on their head and actually encouraged her to make changes. These positive changes impact on her family too and she is now beginning to live her best possible life!
The ethos of Human Health by The Clinic™️
The ethos of Human Health by The Clinic™️ is to empower you to take control of your own health destiny. Our aim is to provide you with treatments, advice and lifestyle strategies that combine to establish and importantly, maintain an optimal level of health. Optimising your health helps you to stay as well as you can, builds strength, resilience and ultimately increases the chances of you enjoying healthy longevity.
Spending time to understand what health means to you is at the heart of everything we do. We also offer comprehensive and innovative testing options to get a full picture of how your body is functioning and what it needs to enable you to live life to your fullest potential.Book a test online
So what’s the problem?
The way we live at the moment is not conducive to long-term health. Covid has highlighted this further. We live our lives in a reactive way to illness, rather than a pro-active health facing way. Many of us are inactive for long periods of time and have either poor nutrition or overnutrition. Inadequate sleep, stress and exposure to environmental pollutants, or the sun for example, all play a key role in determining our risk of developing disease. Many of these diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, some cancers, fatty liver and sleep apnoea are a result of the lifestyles we now lead.
While we may be living longer, are we adding quality to our years? Can you increase the chances that you not only live longer to see your family grow up and enjoy retirement, but live that life with optimal health? Could changes to our lifestyles make a difference?
The answer is ‘yes!’ and you may be surprised at how much difference! Let us help you make these health choices.Get in touch to find out more
Little changes make a big difference
Even small changes to your lifestyle could significantly decrease your risk of developing diabetes, high blood pressure, cardio-vascular disease, osteoporosis and even some types of cancer and dementia.
If you have any of these conditions, it’s not too late either. You may be able to reduce your risk of complications associated with these conditions, reduce your symptoms and even reverse your reliance on medication. This of course can only happen after a thorough consultation and assessment by our doctor-led team, and a conversation with your usual doctor and should not be attempted alone.