Health Assessment, Foot update, Other Stuff

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I have a sports medicine ortho doctor appt. on Friday, Chirocracker appt. today and we are heading to the ocean {Ocean Shores} for 2 nights with the dog.

While it won’t be very fun for moi, the boys will have a blast and I can sit and knit, maybe they can rent a carriage bicycle thing and ride me and the puppy around the town.

We are deciding if we should take my gramma’s wheelchair…..

The Ongoing Adventures of ASBO Jesus HERE

This is an awesome blog, please check it out

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Please forgive if there is a copyright thing, I didn’t see one on his site. He is very good!

My son got his penguin collection accepted in the puyallup fair, how very exciting!

When I was his age, I had an Oscar the Grouch collection and had it entered in the fair.

Those who know me, know that Oscar suits me well…….  🙂

And this is the way I have been feeling lately……

Go here if you would like a general health assessment, its easy and accurate…..

Here is mine, all but the, Your HDL cholesterol level is in the higher-risk range,  is good, I put the wrong numbers in for that….

Results Show Recommendations  
 

  Below are your Total Health Score and several sub-scores, which provide an accurate picture of your overall health.Each score is based on your answers to some or all of the questions in the ConvergenceHealth Risk Assessment. We designed the assessment so that, for the Total Health Score and each of the sub-scores, the maximum score is 100, while the average score for the entire population is 65. As we gather more data on individual population groups, we will provide information on average scores and their distribution by age, sex, ethnic group, etc.In general, people with higher scores in each of the areas are healthier, will tend to live longer, will be less susceptible to disease and have a higher overall quality of life. It thus makes sense to try and raise your Total Health Score and each of the sub-scores. After you have implemented some of the Recommendations, retake the assessment to see how your scores have changed.
  Your Total Health Score is between 85 and 89, out of a maximum of 100.Your score is based on a combination of your personal and family medical history, your lifestyle including diet and exercise, and your social and emotional situation, including major stressors.Although the correlation is less than perfect, in general, people with higher scores will tend to live longer, healthier and more productive lives. The score takes into account virtually all known contributors to health and longevity, weighted by their relative impact. Thus, it makes sense to try and raise your score as high as possible.Some aspects of your score, such as genetics, cannot be altered. Others, such as diet, exercise, habits, stressors and social situation, can be modified to raise your score. We describe ways to improve your score, and thus your overall health, in the Recommendations section.Below, in the remainder of the Results section, we provide several sub-scores that break down your overall result into specific life areas. These include: fitness, nutrition, stress/coping, safety, heart health, and cancer resistance. Each of these sub-scores contributes to your main score, along with your risk for developing the major health conditions that can lead to death and disability, including heart disease, stroke, diabetes and cancer. In the Recommendations section, we also tell you how to improve these sub-scores.
  Your Fitness Score is between 80 and 89, out of a maximum of 100.This is a very good score. It is based on the amount of cardiovascular, strength and flexibility exercise that you do, and on your body composition. It is not based on testing of your actual fitness level, which of course is difficult to do over the Internet.In general, people with higher scores are in better physical condition, and will tend to feel better and have lower risk for many diseases. Thus, it makes sense to try and raise your score as high as possible. We describe ways to improve your fitness score in the Recommendations section, while the information below describes your fitness in more detail.
  Your Nutrition Score is between 80 and 89, out of a maximum of 100.This is a very good score. It is based both on what you do eat, such as fish and fruits and vegetables, and what you don’t eat, such as processed meats and other sources of saturated fat, sweets and salt. It also takes into account nutrients that you may be getting from dietary supplements.In general, people with higher scores have healthier diets, and will tend to feel better and have lower risk for many diseases. Thus, it makes sense to try and raise your score as high as possible. We describe ways to improve your nutrition score in the Recommendations section, while the information below describes your diet in more detail.
  Your Stress/Coping Score is between 70 and 79, out of a maximum of 100.This is a good score. It is based on your responses to questions about your stressors and stress level, support systems and emotional issues.In general, people with higher scores either have less external stressors and better support systems and/or cope with stress more effectively. One should not underestimate the power of stress and our reaction to it to affect our overall health, including our susceptibility to disease. We describe ways to improve your stress/coping score in the Recommendations section, while the information below describes your stressors in more detail.
  Your Safety Score is between 80 and 89, out of a maximum of 100.This is a very good score. It is based on your responses to questions about safety in your home, at work and on the road. The score indicates how well you are protecting yourself from injury.In general, people with higher scores have better safety habits and are less likely to suffer an accident or injury. Most injuries, including fatal ones, occur at home or in an automobile, not while participating in extreme sports. We describe ways to improve your safety score in the Recommendations section.
  Your Heart Health Score is between 80 and 89, out of a maximum of 100.This is a very good score. It is an accurate indication of the health of your cardiovascular system (heart and blood vessels), and can predict your susceptibility to diseases that affect the cardiovascular system. These include heart attacks, strokes, kidney failure and declining mental function (cognitive decline).In general, people with higher scores have healthier hearts and blood vessels, and are less likely to suffer a heart attack, stroke, kidney failure or premature decline in mental function. Since cardiovascular disease is the main cause of death and disability in both men and women, it certainly makes sense to pay attention to this part of your health. We describe ways to improve your Heart Health Score in the Recommendations section.
  Your Cancer Risk Score is between 80 and 89, out of a maximum of 100.This is a very good score. It measures how resistant you are to developing the most common forms of cancer, as well as your chances of suffering any consequences from cancer (death or disability).Like the Cancer Prevention Grade, it weights the various kinds of cancer based on both their frequency in the population and their severity as illnesses. This approach helps assure that we measure the total potential effect of cancer on your health. Unlike the Cancer Prevention Grade, your Cancer Resistance Score accounts for both genetic and environmental factors that you cannot control, as well as behavioral and environmental factors that you can control.In general, people with higher scores are less likely to develop cancer and suffer its consequences (they are more resistant to cancer). Since cancer is the second most common cause of death in both men and women, it certainly makes sense to pay attention to this part of your health. We describe ways to raise your Cancer Resistance Score in the Recommendations section.

 

Blessings, Kristina

Rules for Holy Living
 Colossians 3

    1Since, then, you have been raised with Christ, set your hearts on things above, where Christ is seated at the right hand of God.

2Set your minds on things above, not on earthly things.

3For you died, and your life is now hidden with Christ in God.

4When Christ, who is your life, appears, then you also will appear with him in glory.

    5Put to death, therefore, whatever belongs to your earthly nature: sexual immorality, impurity, lust, evil desires and greed, which is idolatry.

6Because of these, the wrath of God is coming.

7You used to walk in these ways, in the life you once lived.

8But now you must rid yourselves of all such things as these: anger, rage, malice, slander, and filthy language from your lips.

9Do not lie to each other, since you have taken off your old self with its practices

10and have put on the new self, which is being renewed in knowledge in the image of its Creator.

11Here there is no Greek or Jew, circumcised or uncircumcised, barbarian, Scythian, slave or free, but Christ is all, and is in all.

    12Therefore, as God’s chosen people, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience.

13Bear with each other and forgive whatever grievances you may have against one another. Forgive as the Lord forgave you.

14And over all these virtues put on love, which binds them all together in perfect unity.

    15Let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts, since as members of one body you were called to peace. And be thankful. 16Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly as you teach and admonish one another with all wisdom, and as you sing psalms, hymns and spiritual songs with gratitude in your hearts to God.

17And whatever you do, whether in word or deed, do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.

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3 responses »

  1. Hey Kris,

    On the church logo above are you third from the left?

    Sorry to hear you’re hobbled. Have fun rolling around. I always wanted to go to Wal-Mart and ride in one of those bumper cars they reserve for the walking impaired. Maybe you can try one out and let me know how they go.

    Kevin

  2. yeah, and the first one, i’ve been cruising around in a wheelchair, my hubby threw me out of it at the ocean, in the grass, head first….quite the trip, will blog about it soon. Glad to see you back, you will be feeling better soon, can i kick that guys butt for you?

  3. kevin, when my back went out, ruptured disc, i used those carts at the store, people arent very patient with you when you ride in them.
    i also noticed that people over-look you when in a wheelchair. if you are not at eye level, they seem to look past you or over you….. gives one a better understanding of the disabled.

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