9 Simple Home Tests To Monitor And Improve Your Health

Many serious health issues are first identified at home rather than the doctor's office. Patients are generally the first to realize when something’s wrong with their health. You should perform some quick health checks to determine if you need professional help.

In today’s video, we’ll highlight tests that can detect a dangerous illness even before symptoms arise. Can you check for artery problems at home? What about diabetes? We’ll talk about all this AND more…

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Intro – 0:00
1. Diabetes – 00:28
2. Heart and Circulatory Problems – 01:48
3. Anemia – 02:45
4. Hearing – 03:50
5. Arterial Issues – 04:20
6. Lung and Heart Disease – 05:15
7. Skin Cancer – 05:47
8. Hormonal Imbalance and Deficiency in Micronutrients – 06:43
9. Dementia and Stroke – 07:27


Due to a lack of time, or fear of physicians, many people avoid medical tests. However, you can do tests from the comfort of your home to find out about your health.

Heart and Circulatory Problems
You may have heard that walking up the stairs is a healthier option than using the elevator.

Anemia affects around 2 billion people, or roughly 40% of the world's population, according to the World Health Organization.

You need to get into a quiet environment to complete this exam. Rub your fingers together and place your hand next to your ear.

Arterial Issues
Blood is delivered to the limbs through peripheral arteries. When the arteries get blocked, the muscles are deprived of oxygen, resulting in unpleasant sensations such as numbness and discomfort.

Lung and Heart Disease
To check for this chronic illness, make an upside-down ‘J’ with your fingers and rub your nails against each other.

Skin Cancer
Unusual moles, sores, lumps or blemishes in the skin might be a symptom of melanoma or another kind of skin cancer.

Hormonal Imbalance and Deficiency in Micronutrients
Hair loss is a natural occurrence. Experts estimate that we lose 50 to 100 hairs every day. There’s usually nothing to be concerned about, but there’s a test you can take to be sure.

Dementia and Stroke
Dementia is caused by slow brain changes and damage, usually due to aging. It’s uncommon in people under the age of 65.

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