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Body MOT Lifestyle Analysis

From: £240.00

Hospital-grade tech for you to help you improve your health, wellness, or fitness by providing key measurements that are more accurate and not available on other health and wellness devices. For general wellness and health applications including sports, fitness, and relaxation management. Not intended to be used in prevention, diagnosis, or treatment of any disease.

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Body MOT Lifestyle Analysis

Hospital-grade tech for you to help you improve your health, wellness, or fitness by providing key measurements that are more accurate and not available on other health and wellness devices. For general wellness and health applications including sports, fitness, and relaxation management. Not intended to be used in prevention, diagnosis, or treatment of any disease.

 

  1. Blood tests (glucose, cholesterol, triglycerides, lactate, ketones).
  2. Blood Pressure (BP).  Blood pressure is the pressure of circulating blood on the walls of blood vessels, often known as the silent killer when BP is high because most often people don’t know they have high BP.
  3. Oxygen Saturation (SpO2).  Oxygen level in the blood to indicate changes due to heart or lung function, oxygen use by your body, or altitude.
  4. Heart Rate Variability (HRV). Heart rate variability or HRV is the physiological phenomenon of the variation in the time interval between consecutive heartbeats in milliseconds. A normal, healthy heart does not tick evenly like a metronome, but instead, when looking at the milliseconds between heartbeats, there is constant variation. Heart rate variability is one of the most important measures of heart health, but it’s rarely talked about.
  5. Pulse Rate (PR).  Number of heart pulses per minute to indicate overall fitness or exertion levels at any time.
  6. Perfusion Index (Pi).  Strength of blood flow to the finger to indicate changes in blood circulation.
  7. Respiration Rate (RRp). Number of breaths per minute to indicate how well your heart and lungs are functioning or how quickly you recover after exercise.
  8. Pleth Variability Index (PVi).  Variation in perfusion index over your breathing cycle, which may indicate changes in hydration, breathing effort, perfusion, or other factors.
  9. Mineral Test.  These essential nutrients, otherwise known as micronutrients, are needed by the body, however, they can’t be produced by the body.
  10. Acid and Alkaline balance (urine and saliva). Your blood needs the right balance of acidic and basic (alkaline) compounds to function properly.  An increase in alkaline causes pH levels to rise and ill health to precede.
  11. Urinanalysis. Urinalysis is one way to find certain illnesses in their earlier stages, e.g. kidney disease, liver disease, infections, and diabetes.
  12. Body Composition.  Measuring your weight, calculates your BMI and identifies your body composition (muscle, fat, water, bone).
  13. Echocardiogram (ECG).  The world’s first medical grade ECG monitor designed for the way you live.  Recording your heart performance with the medical precision your doctor can trust.

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