Screening yearly can catch a health condition even before it starts showing symptoms, helping you take preventive measures Yearly.
Eye check would checkmate any condition before it starts and ensure you have healthy eyes.
Many peoples are unaware that they are infected with HIV and other STIs.
Here are the 13 check up you should do every year;
1.Eye check 2. HIV 3.Hepatitis B 4.Hepatitis C 5.Oda STIs 6.Blood pressure 7.Blood sugar 8.Cholesterol 9.Liver function 10.Kidney function 11.Urinalysis 12. Skin exam 13. Dental Check
Every new year you should check for sexually transmited infections like HIV, Hepatitis B & C, syphilis, gonorrhea, herpes etc, especially if you have multiple sexual partners Blood Pressure and blood sugar test check for hypertension and diabetes respectively, and yes they can happen to young people too.
Cholesterol Check, is done to assess your risk for developing heart disease or stroke Liver function & Kidney function test, should be done annually to screen for liver and kidney conditions.
Urine Analysis: checks for presence of proteins, sugar and blood (especially in smokers who are at high risk for bladder cancer) in the urine sample, which could indicate kidney disease, among other conditions.
Carefully inspect the skin all over your body, looking for any new moles or changes to existing moles, which can be early signs of skin cancer. Especially if you are at increased risk for skin cancer, or have a family history of it.
Annual dental checkups, which involves cleaning and examining the teeth, can spot early signs of decay and any other problems.