One test every 3 months
- Test risk, wellness and energy markers
- Personalised reports
- Track results in your dashboard
- Pause or cancel online at any time
The simplest, most convenient and affordable way to manage your internal health. Our baseline subscription product makes it easy to stay at your best.
Join the 1000s of people taking control of their health with Thriva.
Every 3 months, we'll send you a Thriva health kit so that you can collect your sample at home. You can change the date, pause or cancel at any time. What's in the kit?
View your results and trends in your online dashboard. A doctor will review and comment on your results and we'll provide plenty of information about what they mean and what you should be doing to improve.
Make some small changes in your daily life and track your improvements over time. Every body is different, find out what works for yours.
Don't wait until you start feeling ill before you start thinking about your health. Thriva let's you take control so that you can manage your health proactively.
Whatever your goal is, Thriva can help make sure that your body is not holding you back by tracking the things that matter.
It's important to start monitoring your risk factors now. It's much easier to make small changes early on than big ones in the future.
Collect your sample at home and get your results within 72 hours. No appointments or time off. No waiting rooms. No needles!
This includes a full check of the key liver enzymes which, if raised, indicate poor liver health. Excessive alcohol, over eating and drug use can cause problems with your liver. Liver damage is often linked to chronic fatigue and other serious symptoms.
The main source of vitamin D is sunlight, but in the UK we can't make any vitamin D from winter daylight between November and March and so Vitamin D deficiency is common in men and women of all ages. For others, the kidneys have trouble converting the nutrient to its active form or their being overweight makes vitamin D less available for use in the body.
High cholesterol is increasingly common in the UK and impacts your risk of developing heart disease, stroke and related illnesses.
Iron is used to produce red blood cells, which help store and carry oxygen in the blood. If you have fewer red blood cells than is normal, your organs and tissues won't get as much oxygen as they usually would. This can lead to what is know as Iron deficiency anaemia which can cause fatigue, shortness of breath, dizziness, headache, coldness in your hands and feet, pale skin, and chest pain. Treatment for iron deficiency anaemia usually involves taking iron supplements and changing your diet to increase your iron levels.
Thriva's testing kits were very easy to use, I collected my sample in under 10 minutes. The report was very clear and concise and the info-graphics really helped me visualise and understand my results, which I received within a week! I highly recommend this pioneering product to anyone even remotely interested in quantifying their own health.
I decided to start tracking my cholesterol levels as it’s something my wife has had problems with. Once I saw my thriva results I immediately began making changes in my day-to-day life and have so far found the motivation to keep this up. Seeing my results improve certainly helps!
I wanted to rule out the possibility of an under-active thyroid as I understood it can lead to complications later down the line. The test was really easy to do at home and was much less painful than having blood taken at the hospital.
I first tried thriva to see whether my year of health had paid off, having run over 1000 kilometers in 2015. I was delighted to see I got a great set of results and this has given me the motivation to continue 2016 with the same amount of focus on my health and wellbeing. The report did pick up a blip in my iron levels but I’ve since addressed this.
I have often bemoaned my lack of concentration and poor sleep. I decided to look into my Vitamin D when I saw a news article about how common this deficiency is amongst the UK population and what the impacts are. Safe to say, I, like the majority of those living in blighty, was in fact deficient. I’ve since opted to include supplements into my diet and have seen a noticeable difference in sleep quality.