Health Kiosks – Example summary for male service users

The interactive health MOT kiosk is to engage and empower people to make positive choices around their health and wellbeing.

Below we have data gathered from a wellbeing event which shows the executive reporting for the male users of the health kiosk:

Male Blood Pressure

10 males, 32%, had Systolic Blood Pressure readings higher than recommended.

16 males, 52%, had Diastolic Blood Pressure readings higher than recommended.

15 males, 48%, had a higher Blood Pressure than recommended. A comparable average shows that 31.1% of males had high Blood Pressure.

Body Mass Index (BMI)

21 males, 68% had a higher BMI than recommended. A comparable average shows that 65.1% of males were overweight or obese according to their BMI.

Body Fat Content (BFC)

21 males, 68%, had a higher BFC than recommended. A comparable average shows that 68.0% of males had an above normal BFC.

Employees receive an individual printout once they have used the kiosk. To discuss hiring a wellbeing kiosk call us today on 01344 207430

 

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