Introducing the NeuroAdrenal Profile - a comprehensive test that assesses the body's ability to produce and break down neurotransmitters. This test analyzes both saliva and urine samples to provide a complete view of the body's HPA axis function, including a full diurnal cortisol pattern, DHEA, and 9 primary neurotransmitters (inhibitory and excitatory).
Neurotransmitters play a crucial role in regulating mood, cognitive function, energy levels, sleep patterns, and pain perception. A disruption in the balance of neurotransmitters can lead to a range of symptoms, such as fatigue, sleep difficulties, cravings, addictions, and cognitive and mood concerns.
The NeuroAdrenal Profile provides a comprehensive assessment of urinary neurotransmitter levels, which are representative of whole body levels. By analyzing urine samples, this test can identify imbalances in neurotransmitter metabolism that may be associated with a variety of health conditions.
- Feeling stressed
- Mood concerns, such as depression, anxiety
- Diminished energy/fatigue
- Cognitive concerns such as forgetfulness, inattention, brain fog
- Addiction, dependency
- Obsessions and cravings
- Chronic illness, immune deficiency
- Low libido, sexual dysfunction
- Salt/Sugar cravings
- Decreased stamina, burn out
5 to 7 days
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