It can be challenging to deal with sleep deprivation. 1 in 3 adults suffer from symptoms of insomnia. This can lead to a multitude of enduring effects, including obesity, diabetes and depression.
This testing is suitable for monitoring adrenal hormone synthesis and metabolism and diurnal melatonin production, which have implications for risk of cardiovascular disease, and other chronic diseases. Discover whether hormones play a role in your sleeplessness.
Elevated Evening Cortisol: Can lead to insomnia, heightened anxiety, increased sugar cravings, a sensation of being fatigued yet mentally alert, and heightened abdominal fat.
Low Melatonin: Can result in pronounced fatigue, depression, elevated anxiety, and difficulty sleeping.
Neurotransmitter Imbalance: Alterations in sex steroid hormone levels during menopause can influence neurotransmitter levels, potentially causing recurring sleep disturbances.
Hormones/Metabolites tested by urine: Free cortisol, cortisone, melatonin and creatinine