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During their 30s, individuals are often preoccupied with developing their career or starting a family and may not prioritize their health as they did in their 20s. However, as age-related conditions begin to emerge, it is crucial to prioritize maintaining and improving one’s wellbeing for a healthy future. Yearly health screenings and check-ups are recommended to monitor health continuously.
A comprehensive evaluation of one’s health risk profile, including a review of family medical history and anamnesis conducted by a senior physician, can provide a clear overview of potential health risks. By identifying high-risk factors and genetic predispositions, medical advice can be given to prevent or proactively manage these conditions.
New methods, such as assessing biological age and conducting a holistic review of lifestyle, can identify areas for improvement and help reduce the risk of developing health problems later in life. By receiving tailored advice and guidance from specialists, individuals can take a proactive approach towards healthy aging.

Statistics indicate that once individuals reach their 40s, the risk of developing a broad range of health issues increases considerably. These health issues may include several types of cancer such as skin, testis, lung, breast or prostate, type II diabetes, and heart-related conditions. To mitigate the risk of potentially life-threatening illnesses, it is important to regularly evaluate your health and detect any developing conditions that can still be treated. By staying informed about the development of your health state and what conditions to monitor, you take an important step in proactively managing your well-being for the future.
As individuals age, the risk of suffering a stroke approximately doubles each decade after the age of 45. We recommend that you seek information on the condition and factors that can reduce the risk for you. In combination with cardiologic check-ups and tests, it is possible to further reduce the risk, allowing for optimal awareness and prevention of suffering a stroke. Preventive measures and tests early on can avoid about 80% of strokes, as experience has shown.
Type 2 diabetes is a disease that results from your body producing insulin, the pancreatic hormone, but not utilizing it effectively. Once you are over 45, the risk of developing type 2 diabetes naturally increases. However, many other influencing factors are within your control, and you can monitor and manage them to reduce the chance of developing the condition. These may include simple measures such as controlling your weight and cholesterol levels. The latest medical technology even enables you to evaluate your genetic risk for developing type 2 diabetes. This helps you understand how much of a threat this condition might be for you, and you can take preventive measures early on.
Osteoporosis is a disease that weakens bones, and its risk increases exponentially after the age of 45, particularly for women. One in two women and one in four men over 50 years of age will break a bone as a result of the condition.
Breast cancer is a concern for people of all ages, ethnicities, and genders. However, women over 40 are at a higher risk of developing breast cancer. One in eight women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime. Early-stage detection allows for early treatment, avoiding larger-scale and more traumatizing cancer treatments. The same applies to prostate cancer in men, where statistically one in nine develops the cancer at least once in their lifetime.
While age is just a number, growing older does not necessarily mean that your well-being automatically reduces. With the latest health technology, your biological age can be evaluated, showing how old you are not by the calendar but based on your overall condition. By taking into account your lifestyle fully, you can take preventive measures to rejuvenate your biological age and well-being.

As one reaches the age of 60, various health conditions begin to manifest more prominently, such as loss of vision, hearing, and severe cardiovascular diseases, often in combination with existing conditions. It is highly recommended to undergo regular medical check-ups to monitor one’s health status and enable a high quality of life in old age. Early detection and treatment of illnesses can prevent major treatments and long recovery periods, which can cause stress for oneself and their loved ones.
Cardiovascular disease affects around 70 percent of people between 60 and 80 years old and around 85 percent after 80, which can have a significant impact on overall well-being and is a leading cause of death. Fortunately, early detection and treatment can mitigate the condition through medication or surgery, and a change of lifestyle.
With age, the likelihood of kidney disease increases, with up to one in three individuals at risk, especially those with diabetes, high blood pressure, or heart disease. Regular screening is essential as the disease can often lack symptoms until the organ has lost most of its function.
Early detection and treatment are also crucial for several types of cancer that become more common in people over 60, such as pancreatic cancer, skin cancer, and bowel cancer. Screening through endoscopic ultrasound, MRI/CT imaging, bowel scope screening, or home testing kits can detect cancer at an early stage and increase the chances of successful treatment.
Hearing loss and reduced eyesight affect approximately one-third of individuals between 65 and 75 years old and can lead to withdrawal or self-isolation if left untreated. Modern technology can offer a wide range of solutions to mitigate these impairments.
Lastly, women in their 60s should continue to undergo regular gynecological exams, including pelvic exams, pap smears, and HPV tests, as they are still at risk of developing cervical or vaginal cancer. Pelvic exams can also detect other conditions affecting quality of life, such as incontinence. Pap smears are recommended every three years and HPV tests every five years up to age 70.

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