Relaxa, the UK's leading provider of employee health and employee wellness services UK-wide, provides a comprehensive health screening service that takes 20-minutes, or 30-minutes, to complete and is carried out by one of our team of experienced medical professionals. Relaxa can provide this service for clients UK-wide.

Relaxa employs more than 1,000 highly qualified nurses and medical practitioners to deliver the health screening services who are based local to your company and provide the health screens On-Site at your premises. Relaxa works with more than 2,000 companies UK-wide. Relaxa can also provide a complimentary online booking schedules so that people can book themselves in at a suitable time slot.

The 20-minute health screen includes:

- Height, Weight, BMI (Body Mass Index)
- Blood Pressure (advice if outside of normal range)
- Total Cholesterol check
- Blood Glucose check
- Waist Measurement check (Shape as an indicator in line with risk of CHD)

The 30-minute health screen will include the following in addition to above:

- Peak flow test of lung function and respiratory rate.

The health screen will also include advice regarding the following:
- 5 portions of fruit / vegetables per day
- Fluid intake
- Reducing Caffeinated drinks
- Sleep
- Exercise / Cardio Vascular
- Frequency of Health Checks (Dentist/Dr/ Health Screen etc)
- Alcohol intake and Smoking habits
- Clients will be provided with guidance for improving health and lifestyle issues.

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"5 million working days were lost as a result of back pain in 2003-04, making back pain the largest single cause of work-related absence in Britain"

"Back pain is the number 2 reason for long term sickness in much of the UK"

"All employers have a duty of care to protect the health and safety of their employees"

"RSI costs employers almost £300 million per annum in lost working time, sick pay and administration"

"Poor posture whilst sat at a computer causes more back problems than the excessive lifting and carrying". (Workplace Law Network, October 2006).