Lifestyle Kiosk-Non data

£5,485.00 ex. VAT

Tucks away in a corner of the Occupational Health Department and measures the following :

  • Blood Pressure
  • Height
  • Weight
  • Body Mass Index
  • Visceral Fat
  • Total Body Fat
  • Blood Oxygen Saturation Levels
  • Hydration Levels
  • Body Teperature
  • Muscle Weight
  • Bone Mass
  • Basal Metabolic Rate

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The Lifestyle Checkpoint kiosk provides you with the perfect partnership in delivering your company’s Health and Wellbeing programme to your employees.

The kiosk provides your company with a baseline and ongoing measurement of your workforce’s health and wellbeing to reduce sickness absence and leading to a more productive workforce. Regular monitoring encourages behavioural changes and empowers employees to manage their own health better

The compact interactive kiosk can be located in a key area or privacy of an office allowing your employees to self-monitor their health and wellbeing at their convenience.

Lifestyle Kiosk Offers

  • BMI (Body Mass Index)

    BMI gives you an idea of amount of tissue mass (muscle, fat, and bone) this figure gives you an idea if you are underweight, normal weight, overweight, or obese based on that value.

  • Body Temperature

    Your normal Body Temperature is often stated as 36.5 – 37.5°C

  • Blood Pressure (BP)

    Blood Pressure (BP) is the pressure exerted by your circulating blood upon the walls of blood vessels. During each heartbeat your BP varies between a minimum (diastolic) and maximum (systolic) pressure, it is measured at your upper arm.

  • Pulse

    Pulse rate is the number of times your heart beats every minute.

  • Body Fat

    Body fat % is the amount of fat as a proportion of your body weight.

  • Visceral Fat

    Visceral fat is harmful fat around your body organs, high visceral fat could cause heart disease, and type 2 diabetes.

  • Body Water

    Body water percentage is an important measure of your good health. Although your age, gender and body composition all effect your body water percentage, you should aim for a body water percentage over 50 percent.

  • Muscle

    Muscle weight play an important role as they act as your body’s engine in consuming energy (calories). As you exercise more, your muscle mass increases, which in turn accelerates the rate of energy or calories consumed. Increasing Muscle Mass will raise your metabolic rate, helping you to reduce excess body fat levels and lose weight the healthy way.

  • Bone Mass

    Bone mass is an important measurement, low bone mass may develop into osteoporosis, everyone with a low bone mass is at a higher risk for the diseases and the resulting fractures. You can take steps to slow down your bone loss and prevent osteoporosis in your future.

  • Basal Metabolism

    Basal metabolism rate is the number of calories required to keep your body functioning at rest, also known as your metabolism.

  • Blood Oxygen

    Blood oxygen level is an important tool used to determine how effectively you are taking oxygen into your body. If you’re in good health,normal blood oxygen levels almost always fall within a very predictable range.

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