What is Adrenal Testing?
Adrenal testing consists of four saliva tests which are taken at 6-hour intervals, in order to measure a full 24-hour circadian rhythm.
The markers measure the output of Cortisol and DHEA (two prolific hormones released from the adrenal cortex) to assess stress levels. Low DHEA can lead to fatigue, depression, anxiety and insomnia and can, in the long-term, lead to damage to the cardiovascular system, lungs, brain and respiratory system.
Once stress levels are assessed, healing and rebalancing can be efficiently and accurately addressed.