My first thought when it comes to the health screening I receive is, “I wonder if it’s the same for my employees?” Well, the answer is, “Not really.
First off, I’m the guy who gets the same weekly health checkups as the other guys at work. Second, I’m not sure if I’m just a little concerned or if I really am. It’s not a huge deal to me because I don’t work in the health field, but I would be pretty surprised if the other guys at my job weren’t getting the same screenings as me.
I think the first thought is correct. As a general rule, there is a very large difference in what is considered normal for a person based on where they work. For example, in the United States, we generally see a healthy body weight for the average person. However, in Canada or the United Kingdom, we would not consider that healthy and we would be more concerned about whether a person has a high blood pressure or diabetes. The same is true for a person being in the health field.
The general rule is that the more your job is related to health, the more likely you are to be healthy. We can’t say exactly how much of a difference there is, but the health industry and the health insurance industry are the prime examples. In the healthcare industry specifically, we see a lot of people that don’t have health insurance. As a result, they have to go to places like doctors’ offices and hospitals to get their health checked.
The good news is there are a variety of resources online that are great for getting your blood pressure, cholesterol, and glucose checked. A lot of people will find this to be a great stress reliever. Even better, there are a lot of health insurance agents that can help you get your coverage. Just be aware that your current coverage may not be able to pay for your checkups.
If you do have health insurance, check with your current provider to see what you have to pay out-of-pocket. If you’re not comfortable with your provider, find out what you can get from a network provider that you trust.
When I had my first appointment with a counselor, I found out how easy it was, then I found out how hard it was. It’s not that there isn’t a lot to do and a lot of pressure. It’s that you make the decisions and you have to live with the consequences. That’s not to say that you should have to be as happy as a monkey.
It’s hard to say what to do when you’re not a kid anymore. When I was a kid, I had to make decisions about things I was scared about. Now I find myself making decisions about things I am excited about. So just like I had to make decisions about things I was scared about, now I have to make decisions about things I am excited about. And that is, of course, a terrible thing to do.
Of course, there is no one answer to that, and I don’t think there is a “right” answer. Everyone has different experiences from childhood to adulthood, and decisions made by adults have their own unique set of consequences. The choice of whether or not to start smoking, or whether or not to take the bus to school every day, has been made for me by my parents.
The problem with the “everyone has different experiences from childhood to adulthood” argument is that it only works for people who have had a similar set of experiences. For example, a person who is terrified about something at age 11 has a very different experience from a person who is terrified of something at age 44. A person at age 44 will know a lot more about the risk of a certain thing than a person at age 11.