One hundred fifty-two physicians agreed to participate in the study. Female physicians made up two thirds of the sample. The majority are of Bahraini nationality with a mean age of 45 (SD=10). The most prevalent known health conditions are hyperlipidaemia (25%), hypertension (20%) and diabetes (11%). Only 30% of the physicians report a 30 minute exercise in a usual week; of those, 13% exercise for 5 days or more. The majority of physicians report walking as their main exercise form. Concerning nutrition, 41% have three main meals every day. Forty seven percent of physicians consume fast-food meals during the week while a similar percentage drinks at least one carbonated beverage each day. Regarding smoking and alcohol consumption, 98% report never drinking alcohol ever, while tobacco smoking is used by 10%, with 6% of the sample smoking waterpipe. The mean sleeping time is 6 hours a day (SD=1). The average body-mass-index is 28 (SD=5) with 39% being overweight and 33% in the obese range. Body-mass-index is related to 6 variables: Older age, Male gender, less sleep time and being diagnosed with diabetes, hypertension and hyperlipidaemia.