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Humansa Approach of Future Health Program

Humansa’s approach to longevity is a comprehensive and proactive one, focusing on the assessment of key health areas that are directly linked to the “Four Horsemen” diseases – heart disease, cancer, Alzheimer’s, and metabolic diseases. These diseases are the leading causes of death and have a significant impact on an individual’s biological and metabolic age. The assessments are categorized into five main functions:

Physical Function

This involves assessing an individual’s physical health, including cardiovascular health and the presence of any chronic diseases. The key screenings are Grip Fit, VO2 Max and Posture assessments are conducted to detect any signs of diseases at an early stage. Early detection and treatment can significantly improve survival rates and quality of life.

Cardiometabolic Function

Cardiometabolic health is a key focus area. Conditions like diabetes and metabolic syndrome can lead to a range of health problems, including heart disease and stroke. Blood testing for chronic inflammation, renal functions, liver functions and thyroid functions are used. In addition, DEXA are used to measure Visceral and subcutaneous fat measurement.

Cognitive Function

Humansa assesses cognitive health to detect and manage conditions like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. These conditions can significantly impact an individual’s healthspan, affecting their ability to live independently. ARIA test are used to detect Alzheimer’s disease risks.

Mental Well-being

Measures of mental health and well-being, including sleep pattern, stress levels and happiness, are assessed. Psychological well-being can significantly impact an individual’s healthspan and lifespan.

Nutritional Well-being Function

Nutritional assessments are conducted to ensure that individuals are receiving a balanced diet. Proper nutrition can help prevent a range of health problems and can contribute to a longer healthspan and lifespan.

By focusing on these key areas, Humansa aims to prevent or manage the “Four Horsemen” diseases, thereby potentially extending an individual’s healthspan and lifespan. This approach aligns with the goal of not just adding years to life, but more importantly, life to years.

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