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Self-Assessment for Men

These two checklists will help you to determine if your symptoms suggest that you need to purchase a Home Diagnostic Test, and which test is needed.

The first checklist, Hormone Imbalance Symptoms Checklist, helps you assess if you have a potential hormone imbalance.

The second checklist, Cardio-Metabolic, helps you to assess if you should start testing your heart and other metabolic functions for risk factors that lead to disease or dysfunction.

Hormone Imbalance Symptoms Checklist

Put a check in the boxes for symptoms you are currently having. These are symptoms that you do not know what is causing them.

Category 1

Symptoms

1.
General Hormone Imbalance

Abdominal fat
Apathy
Burned out feeling
Decreased erections
Decreased libido
Decreased mental sharpness
Decreased muscle mass
Decreased stamina
Decreased urine flow
Depression
Hot flashes
Increased urinary urge
Infertility problems
Insomnia
Irritability
Night sweats
Oily skin
Prostate problems
Sleep disturbances


Category 2

Symptoms

2.
Adrenal Hormone Imbalance

Abdominal fat
Aches and pains
Allergic conditions
Anxiety
Autoimmune illness
Blood sugar imbalance
Bone Loss
Chronic illness
Decreased erections
Depression
Elevated triglycerides
Evening fatigue
Fybromyalgia
Infertility
Lack of motivation
Prostate problems
Sleep disturbances
Stress
Susceptibility to infections


Category 3

Symptoms

3.
Thyroid Hormone Imbalance

Aches and pains
Anxiety
Brittle nails
Cold body temperature
Constipation
Decreased erections
Depression
Elevated cholesterol
Fatigue
Foggy thinking
Headaches
Heart palpitations
Inability to lose weight
Infertility
Low libido
Sleep disturbances
Thinning hair
Weight gain in waist

Canary Club Home Diagnostic Test Kits

Use your checklist results and choose the Home Diagnostic Test that will give you peace of mind.

Are Your Symptoms in Only One Category?

When Your Symptoms are in One Category
(Any of the Three Categories)

If you checked two or more symptoms in only one category then purchase one test from that same category.

Category 1
General
Category 2
Adrenal
Category 3
Thyroid

Advanced Saliva Hormone Profile Advanced Saliva Hormone Profile Basic Thyroid Profile

  His Advanced Plus
    COMBO Hormone Test Kit

Review Hormone Test Prices & Comparison Chart.
Are Your Symptoms in Two Categories?

When Your Symptoms are in Two Categories
(Any Two of the Three Categories)

If you checked two or more symptoms in two categories the following tests will give you the answers you need. 
 


Category 1
General
Category 2
Adrenal
Category 3
Thyroid
Advanced Saliva Hormone Profile COMBO Hormone Test Kit COMBO Hormone Test Kit
  HIS Advanced Plus HIS Advanced Plus

Review Hormone Test Prices & Comparison Chart.
Are Your Symptoms in Three Categories?

When Your Symptoms Span into Three Categories
(All Three Categories Have Checks)

If you checked two or more symptoms in all three categories HIS AdvancedPlus is the test for you.  This kit includes all the testing features of the COMBO kit, with the additional PSA test for men.

Category 1
General
Category 2
Adrenal
Category 3
Thyroid
     
HIS AdvancedPlus

HIS AdvancedPlus

HIS AdvancedPlus


Review Hormone Test Prices & Comparison Chart.
 


 

Cardiometabolic Dysfunction Checklist

Use this checklist to provide insight for risk factors related to Type II diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

Category

Symptoms

Cardio- Metabolic Risk

Blood sugar imbalance
Diabetes or family history of diabetes
Fatigue
Heart disease or family history of heart disease
High blood pressure
High cholesterol
Low HDL
Sugar cravings
Weight gain & abdominal fat

Are you at risk for Type II Diabetes and cardiovascular disease?  Use this checklist of symptoms to provide answers. Did you check more than two symptoms in the Cardiometabolic assessment?  Buy the Cardiometabolic test kit.

 

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