Total cortisol production measurement is essential to evaluate proper function Measurement in urine is the first check in a complete evaluation.
Having enough cortisol is the first step yet ensuring the cortisol is active is the second. Salivary levels measure the available amounts of cortisols.
Cortisol is metabolized by the liver into THE and THF. Metabolite analysis assists to indicate proper processing and clearance out of the system.
Cortisol needs to ready for when you need it. Measurement of cortisol reserves is essential in a proper cortisol evaluation.
Conversion into cortisol and other forms can be blocked. Measuring proper levels of related analytes ensures a proper pathway for cortisol.
Cortisol levels vary throughout the day. Measuring cortisol 5 times daily may assist in providing information related to your health. Diurnal Cortisol Evaluation is available for an additional $99.
Due to regulatory restrictions, testing is not available in AL, AZ, CA, CT, DC, HI, MD, MI, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, SC.
Cortisol is an indicator that has been linked directly with energy and mood. Higher levels are associated with awaking, fight-or-flight response, lower levels with fatigue, muscle weakness, low blood pressure and sleep.
Adrenal Fatigue - Cortisol Storage - Stress. Cortisol Metabolism can be initial indicators of many health risks.
Vitamin intake, sugar, pears, and pesticides among others can alter cortisol production and effect energy levels and mood. Measuring levels may determine if symptoms are cortisol related. Altering diet may be one way to restore your health.
High caffeine exposure, stress, and sleep can all effect cortisol production and metabolism.
All results should be reviewed with a health care provider. Testing provided is not diagnostic or meant to be a comprehensive analysis and should be used as informational. It does not include all information about conditions, treatments, medications, side effects or risks that may apply to specific patients.