My Wellbeing Score

Learn what is My Wellbeing Score, my Wellbeing Score level and how to collect points.

Follow and improve your wellbeing with the Wellbeing Score. The Score is based on collecting points from a wide range of different activities, such as physical and social activity, achieving certain goals etc. The Score system has 5 different levels from beginner to a wellbeing champion. The more points you collect, the higher your score and your level will be. 

 

How many points do I get from my activities?

 

    • Logging an exercise: 0,1 pt per minute (max. 20 pt / day)
    • Logging a wellness activity:1 pt (max. 20 pt / week)
    • Cheering a friend: 1 pt (max. 20 pt / week)
    • Adding a new friend: 1 pt (max 20 p / week)
    • Taking 5.000 steps / day: 2 pt
    • Taking 10.000 steps / day: 2 pt (additional to the 2 points from 5.000 steps)
    • Sleeping 7,5 h hours / night: 4 pt
    • Starting a training program: 1 pt (max. 1 pt / week)
    • Completing a training program: 10 p (after at least 50 % of the program is completed, max 10 pt / week)

 

All points are valid for 3 months, after that they expire. Only valid points are included in your Wellbeing Score, so the score is always a sum of your points from the last 3 months. 

 

Where do I see my points?

 

On mobile 

You can see your personal score and current level (stars) from the top view in the app. Swipe until you see the My Wellbeing Score view. Tap on it to open your Score Summary. Under the info symbol in the right upper corner you can view the points needed for each levels and rules of the Wellbeing Score points.

Web

You can see your personal score and current level (stars) from the top view banner. Browse the banner by clicking on the arrow until you see the My Wellbeing Score. Under the info symbol in the right upper corner of the banner you can view the points needed for each levels and rules of the Wellbeing Score points.

 

 

Wellbeing Score levels

 

Level 1, Easy wins: 60 – 199 pt

The user has participated in the wellbeing programme sporadically. The user has at least started or tried to create a new healthy habit.

 

Level 2, Foundation: 200 – 499 pt

The user is putting effort to at least maintain his or her current wellbeing level regularly. The user exercises on average once a week and also does other wellbeing activities. 

 

Level 3, Sweet spot: 500 – 749 pt

This level is the ideal level in terms of health. The user exercise regularly and reaches several World Health Organisation targets. At this level we can say that the user is taking good care of her/himself. 

 

Level 4: Improved fitness: 750 – 999 pt

Level 5: Wellbeing Champion: 1000 – 10 000 pt

Level 4 ”Improved fitness” and 5 ”Wellbeing Champion”: The users that reach these levels are active people and also active HeiaHeia users. The users are doing active choices on a day-to-day basis to improve and sustain their healthy lifestyle.

 

All users start from level 0. The 5 wellbeing levels serve as a 3 month wellbeing indicator, so in 3 months time you should have a clear idea of how well you are.

 

 Aim at reaching new levels and that you at least stay at level 3 all year.