We’re all similar BUT different. We know that eating healthy or moving more will improve our wellbeing. Muhdo looks into the small aspects that make us different - our DNA and the way our DNA responds to our environment and lifestyle.Learn more about epigenetics > More info +
Through lifestyle interventions introduced with DNA testing, and measurements with epigenetic tracking, Muhdo allows you to control and see changes even at the smallest level. All adding up to a healthier, happier version of yourself.
Wellbeing incorporates much more than passing comfort or happiness. Your wellbeing is part of being healthy, along with physical and mental health. It can be seen as how we evaluate our lives through quality of life and experiences.Discover your DNA reports >
Epigenetics allows you to actively monitor your internal health at a cellular level and genetic level.
Your lifestyle and environment will have a direct effect on little chemical markers that sit above and, in many instances, control your genes function in a process called methylation.More info +
Muhdo analyses hundreds of thousands of biomarkers sitting just above your genes, which will allow us to understand how your lifestyle, such as your diet and exercise as well as your environment, affects your health and wellbeing.
If you can’t measure it the you can’t improve it is an age-old adage that perfectly aligns and, in many ways, helps to explain the new branch of science that is epigenetics.
Your gene variants do not change over the entirety of your life from the day that you are born.
But what does change is the way that your genes express themselves and function, which will have a huge effect on your health and wellbeing.
We believe if you follow our recommendations based on your genetic profile you can improve your overall health and wellbeing. There are five types of wellbeing: Emotional wellbeing: Decreasing stress and paying attention to your thoughts, feelings and behaviour is central to emotional wellbeing. Physical wellbeing: Healthy eating and good exercise habits aid physical well-being through improving the functioning of your body. Social wellbeing: Developing meaningful relationships through the ability to communicate and creating a healthy support network. Workplace wellbeing: Finding your purpose and pursuing your interests, passions and values is pivotal to workplace wellbeing. Environmental wellbeing: Understand your impact on the environment and protect yourself against environmental toxins.
In general the best ways to improve wellbeing are to: de-stress, exercise, eat well, moderate drink and drugs, sleep well and enjoy life. Failings in any of these areas can lead to small changes in our body’s makeup that may not be noticeable until they become illnesses or injuries. Muhdo allows you to track small changes with epigenetics to take control of these aspects before problems occur as well as give advice on how to live a healthier and happier life.
If you can’t measure it the you can’t improve it is an age-old adage that perfectly aligns and, in many ways, helps to explain the new branch of science that is epigenetics. Epigenetics allows you to actively monitor your internal health at a cellular level and genetic level. Your gene variant do not change over the entirety of your life from the day that you are born to the day that you die. But what does change is the way that your gene express themselves and function, which will obviously have a huge effect on your health and wellbeing. Your lifestyle and environment will have a direct effect on little chemicals markers that sit above and, in many instances, control your genes function in a process called methylation. Muhdo analyses hundreds of thousand biomarkers sitting just above your genes, which will allow us to then better understand and ascertain as to how your lifestyle such as your diet and exercise as well as your environment will be affecting your health and wellbeing.
This can be both extremely complex and in the same breath simplistic to understand, and in many ways a yin/yang type of relationship is required. Many factors from lifestyle as well as environmental with obviously come in to play with regards to improving mental as well as physical health. From your diet and how well you are sleeping, to how stressful your day at work has been or how often you are on social media. All of the above will both individually as well as collectively add or possibly subtract a piece from your health and wellbeing puzzle.
In general, both health and wellbeing can be used interchangeably. However, strictly speaking, health on its own is often looked upon as the absence of illness or injury whereas wellbeing can be looked upon as a state where a person feels satisfied, happy and in general. In which case it is better to use the terms as one “health & wellbeing” rather than concentrating on one term, it could be said that health is more measurable than wellbeing due to wellbeing being more subjective.
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