Welzo No Fear Health Test
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Welzo No Fear Health Test
Don't let the unknown stand between you and your health. With the Welzo Fear Nothing Health Test, you can take a proactive stance towards understanding and managing your wellness. This test is designed to provide you with a comprehensive look into various aspects of your health, from basic metabolic function to advanced genetic predispositions.
In-depth Analysis: The Fear Nothing Health Test offers a deep dive into your health profile. It measures numerous health markers related to heart health, liver function, kidney function, diabetes risk, electrolyte balance, and more.
Easy to Use: The test kit is designed to be user-friendly, and it includes everything you need to take a sample from the comfort of your home. After taking your sample, simply send it back to our labs in the prepaid envelope.
Detailed Report: Once your sample is processed, you'll receive a detailed report breaking down your results in a clear, easy-to-understand manner. You'll gain valuable insights into your current health status and future risk factors.
- Advanced Testosterone levels
- Energy levels
- Hormonal levels
- Cholesterol function
- Erectile Dysfunction
- Kidney function
- Stress levels
- Weight changes
- Sugar levels
- Liver function
- Mood swings
- Muscle Impacting Factors
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Globulin is a group of proteins produced by the liver and the immune system of the body. Globulin helps to keep the body healthy and fight infections as well as germs. Globulin is also very important to create blood clots and avoid excessive external bleeding caused by injury.
Total Protein measures the amount of two classes of proteins present in the blood: Albumin and Globulin. Albumin is mainly responsible for preventing the fluid in the bloodstream from leaking out. Whereas Globulin is produced by the liver as well as the immune system. The function of globulin is to strengthen the immune system by fighting germs as well as infections.
The gamma-glutamyltransferase (GGT) test is undertaken to measure the amount of the GGT enzyme in the blood. GGT's function in the body is to transport molecules and aid the metabolization of toxins and drugs within the liver. A high GGT reading can be due to liver damage or disease, these may include hepatitis or cirrhosis. Testing Gamma GT is also important for bile duct infection and monitoring alcohol abuse.
Alkaline Phosphate (ALP)
Alkaline Phosphate (ALP) is an enzyme that is found in the liver, kidney, bones and digestive system. If ALP levels are detected in the bloodstream and are above the reference range, it indicates liver disease or bone disorder.
Triglycerides are a blood fat playing an essential part in the healthy function of your body. Triglycerides are the body's primary storage method for fat and can be used as an energy source. Triglycerides are created in the liver, and while they are essential for energy and fat storage, having elevated levels of triglycerides can lead to cardiovascular issues. Therefore it is crucial to monitor your triglycerides when checking overall cholesterol levels.
HDL % of total
HDL (high-density lipoprotein) percentage of total calculates the amount of HDL you have compared to your total cholesterol level. This specific test biomarker assesses your cardiovascular risk by calculating the total amount of 'good' vs 'bad' and total cholesterol you have in your blood. Doctors and heart disease assessment calculators use this % of the total to evaluate your overall cardiovascular health.
Non HDL Cholesterol
While we are individually measuring your HDL and LDL levels in this test, we will also carry out a non-HDL cholesterol check. This essentially includes all harmful cholesterol in your blood sample and is considered a primary indicator and risk assessment tool for cardiovascular health. Non-HDL levels should generally be below 4mmol/L. HDL and LDL levels can then be monitored to evaluate how any implementation of diet and lifestyle changes impacts your individual cholesterol levels, helping you to optimise your lifestyle based on your biomarkers.
Free Thyroxine (FT4)
FT4 or free thyroxine is one of the two critical hormones produced by the thyroid gland. While it is produced in greater abundance as compared to FT3, it is thought of as a reservoir for FT3 whenever the body needs and this leads to the conversion of FT4 into FT3. Most of the thyroxine is not attached to a protein and the Menopause blood test helps to identify if there's a deficiency/excess of the hormone to detect thyroid-related ailments.
Urea is a product produced by the body on the breakdown of proteins and is excreted by the body as urine. Urea serum levels need to be within the range of 2.5 - 7.0 mmol/L. An increase in this level can be harmful to the kidney and cause kidney failure in severe cases. It can also cause dehydration or cardiac issues. Urea is measured to check the functioning of the renal gland.
estimated Glomerular Filtration Rate (eGFR)
The estimated Glomerular Filtration Rate (eGFR) is a test to check the filtration status of the kidney. If the renal gland is not functioning effectively, the estimated Glomerular Filtration Rate will be lower than 60. A range of 60 or higher is considered a normal range.
Iron is a mineral found within the blood, and is needed to help create haemoglobin which is a protein in the blood responsible for the transport of oxygen within the body's blood cells. If the body does not have enough haemoglobin, the muscles do not get enough oxygen and cannot work properly. It is important for people to have the correct amount of iron otherwise they will feel more tired and become Anaemic. The body's iron stores are sourced from one's diet and from the breakdown and turnover of red blood cells. When a test reveals low iron levels, a change in diet or added supplements can be used for treatment.
Unsaturated Iron Binding Capacity (UIBC)
Unsaturated Iron Binding Capacity indicates the amount of iron that has not yet been saturated by the transferrin. Iron needs to be bound to the protein transferrin so it can be transported to the bone marrow to produce haemoglobin and red blood cells.
Ferritin is the protein that stores iron in the body. Iron is needed to provide muscles with oxygen so that they receive the energy they need to function properly. Ferritin will release the iron when needed and is kept within the body's cells, most commonly found in the liver. We check ferritin levels to ensure that there is proper storage of iron in the body's cells otherwise the iron will be depleted quickly.
Vitamin D is a vitamin that's essential for many functions in your body, including bone and muscle health. Vitamin D can be found in food, supplements, and fortified foods. If you don't get enough vitamin D, you may develop osteoporosis or muscle weakness. An average vitamin D level is 20 to 50 ng/mL. If you have a low vitamin D level, we may recommend that you take a vitamin D supplement or eat foods fortified with vitamin D.
To check inflammation levels, we conducted an advanced CRP evaluation. C-Reactive Protein (CRP) is a protein found in the blood which increases in response to inflammation. CRP is produced by the liver in response to inflammation. It is a biomarker of inflammation that is strongly associated with the risk of cardiovascular disease, such as heart attack and stroke. High levels of CRP are found in people with chronic inflammatory diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis, and in people who have had a recent heart attack or stroke. CRP is not a specific marker for any one disease, but it is a valuable indicator of inflammation.
Testosterone is a steroid hormone found in males and females however, its role is amplified in males. It is responsible for the regulation of libido, bone and muscle mass, mood changes and fertility determination. The testosterone levels are prevalent in men during puberty when it peaks and often decreases over age. An increase in testosterone levels is associated with testicular issues in males.
Free Testosterone Calculation
Free testosterone, also known as bioavailable testosterone, represents the fraction of total testosterone that is not bound to sex hormone-binding globulin (SHBG) and albumin in the blood. It is typically this "free" testosterone that is biologically active, capable of influencing physiological processes in the body.
Although free testosterone can be directly measured, it is often calculated indirectly due to the expense and technical challenges associated with direct measurement. A commonly used method for indirectly calculating free testosterone is the Vermeulen equation, which incorporates total testosterone, SHBG, and albumin levels.
The Vermeulen equation is as follows:
Free Testosterone (nmol/L) = Total Testosterone (nmol/L) x (1 - (SHBG (nmol/L) x 0.034))
Total Testosterone is the overall amount of testosterone in the blood.
SHBG is the level of sex hormone-binding globulin in the blood.
The constant 0.034 is the assumed binding constant of testosterone for SHBG.
It's important to note that this calculation assumes a fixed binding constant and doesn't account for potential variations in individual physiology. Therefore, it should be used as a guideline, not a definitive diagnostic tool. The results should be interpreted alongside other clinical data and symptoms. It is always advisable to discuss any testosterone measurements or calculations with a healthcare professional.
Albumin is a protein present in blood plasma and plays a binding role like SHBG. Albumin is produced by the liver. Albumin will help to detect any issues in the functioning of the kidney or liver. It prevents the fluid in blood vessels from leaking out.
Alanine transferase (ALT)
Alanine transferase (ALT) is an enzyme produced in the heart and liver cells. The testing of ALT will detect how much ALT is in the bloodstream but cannot show how much damage has been caused to the liver. The test is important to determine the health of the liver especially if drugs, heavy alcohol use or viruses (hepatitis) have been present. Lower ALT results have mostly indicated a healthy liver but healthy ALT ranges will depend on many factors, such as age and sex.
When red blood cells break down they produced a brownish-yellow pigment called Bilirubin. A build up of bilirubin within the bloodstream may be the cause of jaundice or liver disease.
Total cholesterol measures the total amount of cholesterol in your blood, including HDL and LDL. Cholesterol is created in the liver and plays an important role in multiple bodily functions such as; creating vitamin D and bile and being the membrane of all of your body's cells. Cholesterol helps to transport fatty acids around through the blood and can act as a great indicator for your heart health, such as predispositions to cardiovascular issues such as a heart attack and heart disease.
HDL is an abbreviation for high-density lipoprotein and is often referred to as the 'good cholesterol' because of its role in removing other forms of cholesterol from your body. HDL can help to protect your heart and blood vessels due to its anti-inflammatory effect, anti-oxidant properties and its ability to remove excess fat to the liver for processing. Therefore having optimal HDL levels is essential to your health. Our Welzo HDL test will identify your HDL levels and give insight into improvements that need to be made to help boost your HDL levels.
LDL or Low-density lipoprotein helps the body transport fat such as Triglycerides. However, LDL is often referred to as the 'bad' cholesterol because when your LDL levels are elevated, you face an increased risk of cardiovascular issues. These include heart attack and heart disease. This occurs as LDL can lead to fatty deposits accruing in the artery walls leading to atherosclerosis.
Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH)
TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone) or thyrotropin is secreted by the pituitary gland, located in the head, and can help identify cases of hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism. Both the excess and under-secretion of TSH can lead to weight loss, anxiety, palpitations, irregular sleep patterns and irregular menstrual cycles. Hypothyroidism is majorly associated with overlapping symptoms such as menopause.
Free Triiodothyronine (FT3)
FT3 or free tri-iodothyronine is one of the two critical hormones produced by the thyroid gland. Its deficiency/excess is responsible for most of the thyroid related health issues because of its stronger impact even though it constitutes the lesser fraction as compared to the other hormone, FT4. Menopause blood test detects the amount of FT3 which is not attached to a protein and help to understand thyroid functioning.
Creatine is a component of the muscles in the body, the breakdown of this component releases creatinine. Creatinine is a waste that is excreted by the kidneys. A high level of creatinine indicates that the kidney is unable to filter and excrete the waste product out of the body.
Glycated haemoglobin also referred to as HbA1c, is a more accurate long-term measure of glucose levels (blood sugar levels) in your blood. Haemoglobin is part of the red blood cells that carry oxygen through your bloodstream. Testing HbA1c measures long-term glucose levels, as glucose attaches to your red blood cells, with these cells living for around 14 weeks on average. This is ideal for monitoring diabetes and pre-diabetic susceptibility because it can provide insight over a three-month period prior to testing.
Total Iron Binding Capacity (TIBC)
Too much and too little iron in the body can lead to problems. The Total Iron Bounding Capacity Test measures the amount of iron within the bloodstream. The test also measures how well the iron is transported around the body via the transferrin. Anaemia is the condition of not having enough iron in the blood. Having too much iron in the blood is rarely caused by an overdose of vitamins or supplements and can cause symptoms ranging from feeling tired and weak to an irregular heart rhythm.
Transferrin Saturation is tested to measure how much the protein is saturated by iron that it will then transport around the body. The transferrin binds itself to iron and ensures it delivers the haemoglobin and oxygen the iron has provided to the muscles to be used as energy for movement.
Uric acid is a waste substance formed out of chemical compounds named purines that naturally form inside the body. Purines can mostly be found in food substance such as anchovies, dried beans, beer, and wine. Kidneys filter uric acid from urine and infuse them as crystals in the bodily tissues. An excessive amount of uric acid-infused causes Gout. Gout is a form of arthritis that causes joint pain, especially in fingers, toes, wrists, and ankles. Uric acid is also increased inside the body due to cancer treatments. Alternatively, too little uric acid in the blood is a symptom of liver or kidney disease.
Magnesium is an important mineral majorly found in bones and tissues of the human body. Magnesium supports the functioning of muscles, building proteins and strong bones and helps with the absorption of potassium and calcium. The deficiency of magnesium is linked to health issues such as deteriorating bone health, migraines, depression, cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes. Magnesium (Serum) blood test can detect the level of magnesium and help you identify if you need to increase your intake of foods rich in Magnesium.
Creatine Kinase is a component present in the muscles of your body. A high level of creatine kinase indicates that the muscles need repair and have been injured. Creatine Kinase also supports heart function and is impaired and can be an indication of a mild/ severe heart attack.
Sex Hormone Binding Globulin (SHBG) is a plasma protein produced primarily in the liver and secreted into the bloodstream. Its primary role is to bind to sex hormones, namely testosterone and estradiol, thereby regulating their bioavailability in the body.
SHBG's affinity for these hormones means that it serves as a key transport molecule, carrying them around the bloodstream and controlling the quantity of free, biologically active hormone that is able to bind to cells. High levels of SHBG can result in lower levels of available sex hormones, potentially causing symptoms related to low testosterone or estradiol. Conversely, low levels of SHBG can lead to an increase in available sex hormones, which could potentially contribute to conditions such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) or hyperandrogenism.
Why take the test?
The Well Man Blood test has been designed to check the function of the circulatory system, immune system, endocrine system, urinary system and cardiovascular health. This blood test will check whether you are suffering from any inflammation or infection in the body. It will also determine if you have any vitamin deficiencies that need to be looked after. .
The No Fear Blood test is a test that involves taking a blood sample from a patient and analysing it in a laboratory. Blood tests are used to diagnose a variety of medical conditions, including diabetes, anaemia, and heart disease.
Blood tests are an important part of diagnosing and treating many medical conditions. They can help doctors determine the cause of a patient's symptoms and choose the best treatment plan. Blood tests are also used to monitor a patient's condition over time and to check for side effects of medications.
Experts Opinion on a Fear Nothing Blood Test
"The Fear Nothing Blood Test's strength lies in its breadth of examination. By testing for a wide range of health markers, it provides a holistic picture of a person's health. This can potentially reveal silent or asymptomatic conditions like diabetes, high cholesterol, or early-stage kidney disease, which can often go unnoticed until they progress into more serious health complications.
Moreover, the accessibility and convenience of such tests are commendable. The ability to conduct these tests from the comfort of one's home is an excellent feature, especially for those with demanding schedules or for whom travel might be challenging."
How to take a home blood test
Collecting a blood sample for your finger prick home test is straightforward. Watch the video below for more details on how to take a home blood test.
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Welzo No Fear Health Test Information
Specification of Welzo No Fear Health Test
- Test name: Welzo No Fear Health Test
- Also known as & related tests: Men's Health Test
- Test tube: SST + EDTA (Gold + Purple microtainer)
- Brand: Welzo
- Turn around time: Approx. 24 hours
- Lab test ranges:
- Test Kit Marking: MHRA/UKCA
- Location of Lab: United Kingdom
What is a Welzo No Fear Health Test?
A Welzo No Fear Health Test is a home health test offered by Welzo. The Welzo No Fear Health Test can be taken from the comfort of your home using a finger prick sample, which is then sent back to our lab for analysis and interpretation.
What does a Welzo No Fear Health Test for?
A Welzo No Fear Health Test tests for the following:.
What are the benefits of a Welzo No Fear Health Test?
Checking your health through the use of Welzo No Fear Health Test is an important way to track your health. Home testing offers the convenience of conducting health assessments in the comfort of your own home, while enabling quicker, more private results without the need for visiting a healthcare facility.
Can a GP review my Welzo No Fear Health Test?
Yes, Welzo offers a GP review service for the Welzo No Fear Health Test. Follow the link if you would like to have an online GP appointment with your Welzo No Fear Health Test.
Are Welzo No Fear Health Tests available on the NHS?
The NHS offers Welzo No Fear Health Tests subject to eligibility requirements, consultations and local guidelines.
Welzo No Fear Health Test Kit and Ordering
How can a Welzo No Fear Health Test be ordered?
A Welzo No Fear Health Test can be ordered online through Welzo's secure checkout. Select the Welzo No Fear Health Test and add the patient's name and details, then checkout for next-day delivery.
What is included in the Welzo No Fear Health Test test kit?
The Welzo No Fear Health Test contains the following items in the test kit:
- 1 x UN3373 Test Kit for Biological Substances Category B (test kit design may vary from images displayed online depending on the test selected.
- 1 x Free Return Label
- 1 x Finger Prick Lancet / Urine Sample Pouch or Swab (depending on the test ordered)
- 1 x Cleansing Wipe/ Alcohol Swab
- SST + EDTA (Gold + Purple microtainer)
Welzo No Fear Health Test Biomarkers and Results
What biomarkers are tested for in a Welzo No Fear Health Test?
The Welzo No Fear Health Test checks for the following biomarkers:
What are the results ranges for a Welzo No Fear Health Test?
Welzo No Fear Health Test reference ranges vary based on age, sex, population sample and numeric test result ranges. However, once you complete your tests, you will receive clear reference ranges for your Welzo No Fear Health Test.
What is a normal test range for Welzo No Fear Health Test?
The Welzo No Fear Health Test range will be provided on the advanced Welzo reporting panel which will factor in multiple aspects such as age, population size comparison and biological sex.
Welzo No Fear Health Test Procedure and Timing
When should a Welzo No Fear Health Test be taken?
It is best to take a Welzo No Fear Health Test first thing in the morning.
How long does a Welzo No Fear Health Test take?
The typical turnaround for a Welzo No Fear Health Test is 24 hours from receipt at the Welzo laboratory, Monday to Thursday. However, results may come back faster or slower depending on how busy the Welzo laboratory is and if you have requested any biomarkers that take longer to test for. In this case, results can take up to 5 days.
Are there any special preparations required before taking the Welzo No Fear Health Test (e.g., fasting)?
We will let you know via email if there are any special requirements for the Welzo No Fear Health Test. However, typically we recommend you take a Welzo No Fear Health Test first thing in the morning, fasted.
What is the best time to post my Welzo No Fear Health Test?
The best time to return your Welzo No Fear Health Test sample is Monday to Thursday, before 14:00 to ensure the product arrives at our lab on time for same-day analysis.
What sample is required for a Welzo No Fear Health Test?
The Welzo No Fear Health Test requires a capillary blood sample using a SST + EDTA (Gold + Purple microtainer) that is collected from a finger-prick blood sample.
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