Healthy Living Guide is a comprehensive solution that simultaneously improves both employees’ wellbeing and their productivity. It helps employees cope with emotional and mental challenges and supports them in making healthier life choices. Catering to the needs of both the corporation and the employee, Healthy Living Guide is a powerful tool that enables effective handling of problems before they grow into serious ailments.
Health Risk Assessment (HRA)
Using clear and well-defined data, HRA monitors the effectiveness of ongoing wellness programs in order to evaluate the health status of each employee.
Know Your Numbers Evaluation
Doctors at the LEAP Center provide 24/7 health advice and support to employees. They evaluate your numbers such as;
- Body Mass Index (BMI),
- Blood Pressure,
- Lipid Panel (Cholesterol, HDL, LDL, Trigliserid),
- Blood Sugar,
providing relevant information, and, if necessary, refer the employee to an expert or clinic.
Feelings of well-being and fitness are indispensable for both work productivity and quality of life. With this in mind, we provide programs for supporting employees in stress management and healthy sleep, as well as for creating awareness in the workforce.
Counseling for Stress Management
The loss in productivity due to anxiety, stress, and related disorders is equivalent to about 25 workdays per person per year. (American Psychological Association, 2009)
Our counselors guide the employees as they:
1) Create a personal stress symptom profile
2) Determine the sources of their stress
3) Become informed about stress
4) Learn coping strategies
5) Acquire coping skills
LEAP Healthy Sleep Counseling for Employees
Sleep problems affect approximately 23% of all workers, resulting in lost productivity and serious increase in errors and accidents. Research shows that about 90% of people experiences sleep disturbance problems at some point in their lives while about one third suffers from persistent insomnia. (National Sleep Foundation, 2012)
LEAP Healthy Sleep Program for Employees
1) Evaluation of sleep problems
2) Analysis of sleep patterns
3) Determination of personal sleep/wakefulness cycles
4) Education and counseling about effective sleep habits
5) Screening, information, and guidance for sleep disorders such as insomnia, sleep apnea, or restless legs syndrome.