Frequently Asked Questions
How many times should I do full body checkup?
The frequency of full body check-ups can vary depending on several factors, including your age, overall health, family history of diseases, and any specific risk factors you may have. Here are some general guidelines:
Healthy individuals under the age of 30: It is generally recommended to undergo a full body check-up every 2-3 years if you are young and have no significant health concerns.
Adults between the ages of 30 and 40: As you enter your 30s, it may be beneficial to have a full body check-up every 1-2 years to establish a baseline of your health and monitor any changes.
Adults over the age of 40: As you age, the risk of developing certain health conditions increases. It is advisable to have a full body check-up annually or as recommended by your healthcare provider. This allows for early detection and timely management of any potential health issues.
Individuals with specific risk factors or existing health conditions: If you have a family history of certain diseases, such as heart disease, diabetes, or cancer, or if you have existing health conditions, your healthcare provider may recommend more frequent check-ups. The frequency will depend on the specific circumstances and should be discussed with your doctor.