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Estimated Risk of Developing Diseases
Estimating risk of developing CHD (Coronary Heart Disease), Diabetes, and Hypertension in the next 4 years.
Enter the following information and estimate the risk of diseases.
Body Mass Index
Are you currently on hypertension medications?
Do you have any parents who had hypertension?
Do you have any parents who had a heart disease?
Are you currently on diabetes medications?
Do you have any of sisters or brothers who had diabetes?
Are you a current smoker?
Drink more than two serving of alcohol on any day?
Do physical activity (≥ 30-45 mins) on 5 times a week?
Eat a healthy diet?
Sleep at least 6-8 hours?
Possibility for Hypertension Risk
Possibility for Heart Disease Risk
Possibility for Diabetes Risk
Eat plenty (≥ cups) of fruits and vegetables. Try to eat a variety of fruits and vegetables each day. (Not canned, not frozen fruits with added sugars, not fruit drinks)
Choose whole-grain foods (like whole wheat bread, oatmeal, brown rice). These foods can be a good source of dietary fiber (≥ 3.5 ounces).
Eat fish, especially oily fish (like salmon, trout, herring), at least twice a week.
Limit your intake of saturated and trans fats.
Limit the amount of red meat you eat and choose lean meats and skinless poultry.
Under 450 calories added sugar/week (Avoid processed sugars and syrups, soft drinks, sugar sweetened beverages).
Less than 1500 mg sodium/day.
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Definitions and Descriptions
Disease Risk Relative to BMI and Waist Circumference
Men 102 cm (40 in) or less
Women 88 cm (35 in) or less
Men > 102 cm (40 in)
Women > 88 cm (35 in)
Disease Risk Relative to Blood Pressure
Low Blood Pressure
State 1 Hypertension
Lifestyle changes and monitor your blood pressure every day.
State 2 Hypertension
Lifestyle changes and your blood pressure might need to be controlled with medications, with monthly follow-ups until blood pressure (BP) is controlled.
This is a medical emergency and contact your PCP. Seek care immediately if you also have chest pain, trouble breathing, or vision problems.
Isolated Systolic Hypertension
Your systolic pressure needs to be controlled with medications in order to prevent health problems, but your diastolic pressure not be reduced to less than 60 mm Hg in trying to reach your target systolic pressure. If your treatment lowers your diastolic pressure too much, you could be more likely to have a heart attack or stroke.
Disease Risk Relative to Cholesterol
Borderline High (mg/dL)
Cholesterol is used to build cells and certain hormones.With high cholesterol, you can develop fatty deposits in your blood vessels. Eventually, these deposits grow, making it difficult for enough blood to flow through your arteries. Sometimes, those deposits can break suddenly and form a clot that causes a heart attack or stroke.
130 - 159
Transports cholesterol particles throughout your body. LDL cholesterol builds up in the walls of your arteries, making them hard and narrow.
>= 50 (men)
>= 60 (women)
< 40 (men)
< 50 (women)
Picks up excess cholesterol and takes it back to your liver.
Disease Risk Relative to Blood Sugar
Fasting Plasma Glucose (mg/dL)
The FPG measures a person's blood sugar level after fasting or not eating anything for at least 8 hours.
Hemoglobin A1c (%)
The A1C test result reflects your average blood sugar level for the past two to three months. The higher your A1C level, the poorer your blood sugar control and the higher your risk of diabetes complications.
Triglycerides store unused calories and provide your body with energy. High triglycerides can also be a sign of:
Type 2 diabetes or prediabetes
Metabolic syndrome — a condition when high blood pressure, obesity and high blood sugar occur together, increasing your risk of heart disease
Urinary Albumin and Creatinine Ratio (mg/g)
To screen for and detect early kidney disease in people with diabetes or other risk factors, such as high blood pressure (hypertension). Micro/Macro-albuminuria Albuminuriais defined by urinary albumin and creatinine ratio (UACR) (mg/g). Micro-albuminuria, if 30mg/g <= UACR < 300mg/g; Macro-albuminuria, if300mg/g <= UACR.