The Time Machine
Do you want to know how many years you can add to your life if you set your mind to it?
A healthy lifestyle should be a priority in your life plan, as it can allow you to live several years longer. Not smoking, controlling your weight, eating a balanced diet and doing physical exercise “add up” to your well-being. By adopting healthy habits today, you will increase your quality of life and age better.
To help you live years longer, we are launching The Time Machine campaign, in collaboration with the Spanish Society of Family and Community Medicine (Sociedad Española de Medicina de Familia y Comunitaria; SEMFYC).
We recommend that you do a quiz to find out if your habits are healthy, that you calculate your Body Mass Index (BMI) and your abdominal perimeter so you can determine your risk of developing heart disease. Analyze your lifestyle and find out how it impacts your health.
In addition, The Time Machine will visit several Spanish cities with a bus in which different medical tests will be carried out completely free of charge.
If you would like to know how many years of life you can gain by taking care of yourself, here are the tools for figuring it out. Making healthy choices will help you live longer and better.
Did you know that you can potentially live as much as 14.1 years longer with a healthy lifestyle?
Source: Yanping Li, et al. Impact of Healthy Lifestyle Factors on Life Expectancies in the US Population. Circulation 2018; 138: 345-355
No personal data will be requested or recorded for the use of these tools.
Are you really leading a healthy lifestyle? This health quiz will give you the answer quickly and scientifically. Put your habits to the test and see if they can be improved.
To help you understand how, we have prepared materials that, in an immediate and very visual way, will show you how to add years onto your life. Adopting healthy lifestyle habits will help you to live longer and have a better quality of life. Find out more.
The medical information contained herein is provided for general information purposes only. Healthcare professionals are the best source of information about your health. Consult a healthcare professional if you have questions about your health or treatment.