Experts recommend checking for infectious diseases at age 20, blood sugar at age 30, cardiovascular at age 40 and a comprehensive examination at age 60.

For every human being, when he / she is born and grows up, at every age he or she will face age-related pathologies. Therefore, the health check in each period is necessary to protect the health of yourself from dangerous complications if detected late.

Age 20: Check for infectious diseases

By age 20, human body functions, including the immune system, work best, but still require a medical examination. At birth, people have been vaccinated with a lot of vaccines, but they are not necessarily immune to lifelong

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People between the ages of 20 and over are at risk of many dangerous diseases.

Moreover, people in their 20s are exposed to many different environments, the rate of transmission of hepatitis, gastrointestinal diseases and sexually transmitted diseases is increasing. Experts also recommend a chest X-ray to check for pulmonary tuberculosis because it is common in younger people.

Age 30: Check blood sugar

The habit of eating a lot but being sedentary with busy work, partying, and high pressure make diabetes tend to rejuvenate. Many people develop the disease in their 30s, prediabetes is also very common.

Experts recommend that people at least 30 years of age get their blood sugar checked at least once a year. Not only do you check your blood sugar before eating, you need to check your blood sugar after eating because nearly 50% of people with diabetes do not have hyperglycemia when they have an empty stomach but obviously increase after that. If possible, you should do more tests HbA1C for more accuracy.

Age 40: Cardiovascular examination

Most of us think that by the age of 50, 60 cardiovascular tests are still not late but in fact, you should pay attention to this right from the age of 40. Like diabetes, cardiovascular problems are trending young. chemotherapy and lead to the risk of sudden death if not intervened promptly.

Age 50: Examining joints and digestive system

In their 50s, women enter menopause, so their estrogen and calcium levels fall. Compared to men, women are more prone to osteoporosis and fractures.

In addition to the skeleton, you need to pay attention to intestinal health to prevent the development of cancer. It is best to have a colonoscopy or colonoscopy every 2-3 years or once a year if you have any bowel disease.

Age 60: Comprehensive test

60 years old is the starting point of old age. People at this age should have a full body test, not a body part.

Experts recommend that in addition to cardiovascular testing, diabetes, malignant tumors, kidney damage, thyroid disease and other chronic diseases, people aged 60 should check and prevent hearing and vision impairment. . Examination of the fundus can detect early cataracts, primary glaucoma in old age. People with high blood pressure, coronary arteries, diabetes can also check the risk of cerebral atherosclerosis.

Medical examination is extremely important at any age, because through the examination of the doctor will detect the potential risk of the patient's disease, thereby offering the best solution. For patients, avoid dangerous complications.

Accordingly, at different ages, the body will have to face different pathologies. As recommended by health experts, you should check your health at least once a year to protect your health..

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