General well-being blood test


  • Results within 24 hours

  • Blood draw included

The wellbeing screen provides a screen  of general vitality and wellness. The screen includes:
  • Vitamin D - It is essential that correct levels of vitamin D are maintained for good immunity.
  • Anaemia screen - Low levels of haemoglobin lead to general fatigue, low energy, this test can help you regulate your Iron. vitamin B12 intake and management of general health.
  • Cholesterol & Triglycerides - This essential test allows you to help diagnose potential heart and blood vessel disease and can help you access preventative treatments or modify lifestyle appropriately.
  • Diabetes screen - Knowing your risk of diabetes has multitude of benefits including early diagnosis and even preventing oneself from becoming diabetic with appropriate management.
  • Full blood count - The full blood count (FBC) test looks are the components of your blood such as red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets. Abnormalities in these, such increased or decreased number of specific cells types can indicate the presence of  medical disorders.
Regular monitoring of these levels can help indicate the body's response to changes such as the initiation of a new fitness regime, preventative consultation, weight loss or gain plan and much more. Additional tests such as hormone blood tests can compliment this test profile and can be added as required.

What can I expect from this test?

Our general well-being blood test provides an insight into your overall health, and is an effective way to monitor your wellbeing, and to detect any potential health issues. It is ideal for people who are looking to understand their current state prior to a fitness regime or any changes to their lifestyle or diet.

This test screens the following:

  • Vitamin D
  • Anaemia
  • Cholesterol
  • Diabetes
  • Full blood count

Why should I take this test?

General well-being blood tests have the benefit of being able to assess a broad range of parameters and can be used in the early detection of health problems, developing condition, and diseases. It is a great test to take for health management, as it can give an analysis of the current health of your body, and for those who just would like some peace of mind.

Is there any special preparation required before the blood test?

There is usually no requirement to prepare for the test, however, if you are required to halt medication or fast prior to having a blood sample taken then you will be told to do so.

How often should I get a general well-being blood test?

If you are at higher risk of any type of condition or health issues ideally the test should be repeated once a year, or whenever your doctor recommends one, if you are a healthy adult this can extend to once every 6 months to a year, or whenever you feel the need to take it, in some cases you may be advised to take the diabetes and cholesterol test again in 3 months.