What’s Your Score?

What's your score? Fill out this survey and find out! *Please answer EVERY question.

How old are you?

Have you had your blood pressure checked in the last 6 months?

Have you had your cholesterol checked in the last year?

Have you had your blood sugar checked in the last year?

Have you spoken to your doctor about your prostate?

Do you deliberately limit the amount of fats in your diet?

Have you spoken to your doctor about bowel cancer?

Are you happy in general, and not too stressed?

Are you a non-smoker?

Do you have a partner, close friend or relative who is there for you no matter what?

On average, would you do 2.5 hours of physical activity per week (for example, 30 minutes a day on 5 days a week)?

Do you have at least 3 alcohol free days per week?

Do you eat 5 or more serves of fruit and vegetables per day?

Have you had your skin checked in the last year?

Have you ever been for a general men’s health check up when you are not sick?

Have either of your parents, or any of your brothers and sisters been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes?

Do you regularly check your testicles for lumps or other abnormalities?

Would/do you feel ok about getting help when you feel down or blue?



Your score is:

Comments or questions are welcome.

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What your score means:

*** 18 - 45 ***

Well done - you are making the right healthy lifestyle choices and keeping in control of your health. Make sure you maintain a good relationship with your GP and have a yearly check-up. Why not make Men’s Health Week the time you have your annual visit to the GP?

*** 46 - 70 ***

Keep your health in the forefront of your mind. It is important that you book in for your yearly men’s health check and discuss all age appropriate health risks with your GP. Men’s Health Week is a great time to start being proactive with your health.

*** 71 - 90 ***

It is time for a change. Call your local GP today and book an appointment for a full men’s health check. You should have a discussion with your GP about your health risks and what changes you can make to your lifestyle to lower your risk of illness. Take this survey with you to the GP to assist with your discussion and testing.
* This survey is an adaptation of Foundation 49’s One Minute Men’s Health Check. This survey is not a diagnosis. It is recommended that all men visit a GP on a yearly basis.