Are you at risk for Lifestyle Diseases or Cancer?

Dr. Sanoop Kumar Sherin Sabu
M.D. (Int Med), FCPM, Institutor and Specialist in Lifestyle disease Screening

Are you at risk for Lifestyle Diseases or Cancer?

Some of you are mindful of your sedentary lifestyle but may not be aware of the risks it poses to your health. Some of you may be harboring hidden cancer and have yet to recognize its subtle signs. We offer an exclusive lifestyle and cancer risk screening package where our expert team will discuss in person about your risks. They will let you know if you are to be evaluated further or not. Don’t wait too long!


It is a widespread concern in developing and developed nations, which have significant health and economic impacts ranging from hypertension, diabetes, fatty liver, infertility, anxiety, sleep disorders, polycythemia, heart diseases, and neurological diseases. If you are concerned about obesity, we encourage you to speak with our team to understand your risks and take early action.

Diabetes Mellitus

Diabetes is not just about type 1 and type 2. But it’s more and beyond. Whether it is Type 1, Type 1.5, Type 2, MODY, or the LADA variant of diabetes mellitus, early screening is crucial if you are at risk. This is to prevent the development of complications like eye diseases, cardiac illness, renal impairment, stroke, infertility, liver disease, and blood vessel diseases.


Some of us would not have even checked our blood pressure at least once to date. Unfortunately, this can lead to complications like heart disease and stroke. Some believe that high blood pressure is a disease of the elderly and ignore the fact that even young individuals in their early teens or adolescents can sometimes have high blood pressure. Screen to know your risk for hypertension and act early.

Liver disease

Even if you abstain from alcohol, you can still develop liver disease. Ever wondered why? Obesity and diabetes are equally toxic to your liver and cause Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). There are many other risk factors than alcohol which can kill your liver.

Heart Disease

Not all heart disease presents chest pain. Some of you may have softer signs like pain in your arm or neck, early effort intolerance, or even a silent heart attack. Never take it for granted to wait till you have a sign, but screen to keep your heart healthy.


Diabetes, hypertension, smoking, and many more risk your brain to have a block. A minimal weakness of your arms or a slight deviation of your lips can be an early sign of it. Recognize it early to get it treated successfully within the Golden Hour of Stroke.

Lung Disease

Not all wheezing is asthma. You may have other lung diseases like COPD, ABPA, lung Cancer, ILD, etc. If you have difficulty breathing or feel breathless while walking or in daily activities, it’s the time you are to evaluate yourself self.

Cancer screening

Not all cancers are deadly if you catch them early. An early recognition requires systematic screening based on individual risk for cancers which you must all talk to the physician and get assessed for. Some cancers like breast cancer, prostate cancer, colon cancer, lung cancer, etc have good screening modalities. Not all of you must do them, but a discussion with your physician can help you decide on your screening plan.

Mental Health Disorders

Many people rarely admit that their mental well-being is affected in their daily lives. Accept that you are not always right. If you are someone with a busy professional or personal life or someone with undue worries about health or burdens of life, it’s wise to speak with a therapist and assess your mental health.

Dr. Sanoop Kumar Sherin Sabu
M.D. (Int Med), FCPM,
Institutor and Specialist in Lifestyle Disease Screening

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