Essential Screening Tests That Could Save Your Life

Essential Screening Tests That Could Save Your Life

40% Off Annual Checkup at Ibn Hayan
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Most of us tend to wait until we start feeling aches and discomfort to get our health checked out. We tend to forget that if we get regularly tested, this can help us find problems before they become serious. Or, detect problems during early stages so we can have a better chance of fighting disease and curing it. With the regular health screening tests, at a trusted lab, you are taking control of your health and taking the first step in the right direction.

The second step would have to be finding the right lab to provide you with a good exercise and precise test results.

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Located at Arkan Plaza, Ibn Hayan is a new laboratory that offers integrated top-notch services built on understanding customer needs as well as providing timely and convenient services. Ibn Hayan is built on the idea that modern medicine should be preventive and predictive. In an ongoing effort to shift our focus from worrying about disease to thinking about wellness, they have planned the ultimate screening tests package for you and your family at a great discounted price.

Until the end of this week, take charge of your health and head over to Ibn Hayan to take advantage of their 40% discount offer on 20 important tests to check on different body systems including; Complete blood picture, Liver, Kidney, Diabetic and Lipid profiles, Thyroid profile and Viral markers. The annual package includes a physical examination, measuring blood pressure as well as checking on the heart, chest and abdomen with a Tabibi family physician team at one of Tabibi three clinics. Head over to Ibn Hayan now before the offer is over, and help yourself and your family by staying on top of your health and saving a little wealth. If you’re uncertain about the importance of getting tested, or want to know how regular testing can help you can find the benefts if the tests included in Ibn Hayan’s health-saving offer below:

  • Diabetic Profile:15940403_1874341419468663_4753098730148869937_n

Testing for insulin resistance helps you determine if you have diabetes early on. Untreated insulin resistance, which causes weight gain, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and high blood pressure, results in Type II diabetes. Some symptoms of diabetes are increased thirst, excess hunger, sudden weight loss, fatigue, blurred vision and skin infections. If you notice you are suffering from these symptoms, get tested right away so you can start getting treated right away. When left untreated, diabetes worsens and causes more problems with your eyes, heart, mental health, nerves and kidneys.

  • Parasitology Profile:

The Parasitology Profile uses a stool test to examine the prevalence of any parasites infections or microbial imbalances through the stool. This test is recommended for anyone who experiences constipation, diarrhea, gas, bloating, nausea, vomiting, fever or fatigue. Instead of turning a blind eye, it’s important to find the root of your problem and start treating your gut and recover from any infection. Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is one of the most common functional gastrointestinal disorders effecting around 10–15% of people worldwide.

  • Liver Profile :

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A liver profile is important to test the function of your liver as well as any
possible infections, such as such as hepatitis C. Hepatitis C causes liver inflammation, which could lead to severe liver damage. One of the biggest problems with Hepatitis C is that most people who are infected, don’t know they’re infected because this infection has no symptoms. It is vital to screen regularly for liver function, as the liver is in charge of many vital functions in the body including removing contaminants from the blood, storing minerals and vitamins, regulating blood clotting, removing bacteria from your blood, and many other important functions.

  • Anemia Profile:

Anemia is a condition in which the levels of hemoglobin are below average, mainly due to a decrease in the number of red blood cells. Hemoglobin is required to transport oxygen from the lungs to the remainder of the body, without an adequate supply of oxygen the body is not able to function normally and many tissues and organs will be affected. If you experience fatigue, weakness, or lack of energy you should test for anemia so you can start working on increasing hemoglobin levels in your body.

  • Lipid Profile:
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A lipid profile tests for levels of fats, cholesterol and triglycerides. Cholesterol is one of the main causes for developing heart disease, as it reduced blood flow to the arteries. Heart disease is the number one cause of death among both men and women. Unfortunately, there are absolutely no symptoms for high levels of cholesterol in the body. The only way to detect cholesterol is through a blood test.

 

  • Kidney Profile:

Our Kidney’s are in charge of filtering any waste material from the blood and removing it through urination. They’re also responsible for red blood cells and hormones that help regulate blood pressure, so it’s essential to your wee-being and overall function that your kidneys are working and removing any toxins from your body. Symptoms of kidney problems can include high blood pressure, blood in your urine, frequent urges to urinate or painful urination. Don’t wait until you start to experience these unpleasant symptoms, regular check ups result in early detection and recovery.

  • Virology Profile:15977734_1875916455977826_2499494418602889587_n

The problem with some viruses like HIV is that you may not feel the symptoms. Some people experience flu-like symptoms within 2-4 weeks after being infected with HIV. The Flu-like symptoms may include the following synptoms; fever, headache, muscle aches and joint pain, rash and sore throat. It’s important to test for viruses regularly to make sure you don’t have any of the sneaky viruses that don’t have symptoms.

 

  • Thyroid Profile:

The thyroid as a little organ located in the lower part of the neck. It is a small gland responsible for the regulation of many of the bodies processes, including metabolism, energy generation, and mood. There are many symptoms that could indicate a problem in your thyroid; excess hormone production is characterized by weight loss, high levels of anxiety and tremors. Whereas too little hormone production in the thyroid is characterized by, weight gain, depression and lack of energy. Early detection of any thyroid problem could prevent these symptoms.

To book your annual check up, call 01027444591