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5 crucial risk factors that CAN be prevented 

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January 11, 2024
We explore 5 crucial risk factors that CAN be prevented 

What if the key to a longer life and better health could lie in 5 factors we all know but may underestimate? In this post, we explore a new global study that suggests that our daily habits can have a significant impact on our long-term health. Basically, there are 5 risk factors that are all preventable but have a huge impact on our health.

Let's get straight to it.

The 5 risk factors we've all heard of are:

  • High blood pressure
  • High cholesterol
  • Diabetes
  • Obesity
  • Smoking.

But what exactly are risk factors?

In short, it is often closely linked to lifestyle and deals with areas that increase the risk of experiencing health problems over time. Therefore, working with risk factors can often lead to a reduced risk of developing health problems over time.

A new global study based on data from 1.5 million people in 34 countries has revealed that the aforementioned risk factors can explain as much as 50 percent of all cases of cardiovascular disease and 20 percent of all deaths.

This provides an incredible opportunity for prevention. It shows a significant potential to prevent cardiovascular disease and early death by intervening in unhealthy lifestyles in time. In other words, these are 5 areas where you can potentially have a huge impact by taking action.

Prevent the 5 risk factors

At Health Group, we have over 20 years of experience working with preventive measures in companies across the country. Below, we can help you address these 5 crucial risk factors with a health check.

With a health check at Health Group, we directly measure these 5 factors. At the same time, a health check gives our experienced consultants the time and opportunity to guide and advise you on how to best implement measures that positively affect these areas.

Do you want to work towards reducing the 5 risk factors? Then don't hesitate to contact Health Group to discuss how we can best help your employees to a less risky future.