How I made changes with Go365®
Being a part of Go365 made me aware of where my health and wellbeing actually was. The program provided a lot of good tips and information to help improve it. Go365 motivated me to make a lot of incremental changes in my life. It didn’t take long to realize that little changes add up to a lot. Activities such as the Fitness habit, taking the stairs or parking further away are just a few examples of what Go365 provides.
After beginning to participate in the Go365 program, almost never take the elevator anymore. Choosing to take the stairs is one of the ways that I put my wellbeing first. Encouraging co-workers to be active is something that our department does all of the time. Providing healthy competition and the encouragement to help make changes like taking the stairs instead of the elevator.
Go365 as a program has given me more knowledge and tools on how to become a healthier person in general.
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I have also found the Daily Moment Activity has been another factor in my motivation. Taking a quiz daily helps me remember to stay active with the Go365 program and they have a lot of information as well. The daily quiz provides great tips for your overall wellbeing, health and nutrition.
You can do it, too
Go365 is customized just for you — based on your individual wellness, you can complete recommended activities and receive rewards. No matter where you are now, you can kick-start a wellness journey with Go365! If you’re a Go365 member, go to Go365.com and review your account or download the app.
Statements have been modified slightly to add context and/or clarity. Go365 is not an insurance product. Not available with all Humana health plans. We are committed to helping you achieve your best health. Rewards for participating in Go365 are available to all members. If you think you might be unable to meet a standard for a Go365 reward, you might qualify for an opportunity to earn the same reward by different means. Contact Go365’s Customer Care team by signing in to Go365.com and using the secure live chat feature on the bottom right of the screen or by calling the number on the back of your member ID card, and we will work with you (and, if you wish, with your healthcare practitioner) to develop another way to qualify for the reward.
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