Men - Take the Hormone Balance Test
Check which of these symptoms are troublesome and persist over time. Two or more symptoms are an indication that testing Cortisol for adrenal imbalance is recommended.
|Weight gainówaist||Heart palpitations||Allergies|
|Decreased muscle mass||Headaches||Chemical sensitivity|
|Thinning skin||Decreased libido||Stress|
|Elevated triglycerides||Hair loss||Cold body temperature|
|Sleep disturbances||Increased facial hair||Increased joint pain|
|Anxious||Increased body hair||Aches and pains|
For two or more moderate symptoms of Adrenal Imbalance (above), AM/PM Cortisol is recommended. For those with moderate to severe symptoms, the complete Adrenal Function Test - over the course of one day (morning, noon, evening, bedtime) is recommended.
Symptoms in All Categories
For symptoms in all categories, saliva test Saliva Hormone Profile III or blood spot test Male Blood Spot Hormone Profile I is recommended for the best overall hormone assessment.
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Please Note: The information contained in this Hormone Balance Test is not intended to replace a one-to-one relationship with a qualified health care professional, and is not intended as medical advice, but as guidelines for determining the underlying cause of your symptoms. You are encouraged to make your health care decisions in partnership with a qualified health care professional.
This Male Hormone Balance Test was designed by Dr. David Zava and reprinted with permission of Dr. Zava and ZRT Laboratory.