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Take Charge of Your Health with Thyroid Hormone, Adrenal, and Neurotransmitter Home Testing

Home Hormone testing has many benefits for you - no trips to the doctor office, no trips to an anonymous lab collection facility.  Your privacy is assured and you have total control of the collection of your samples and your own results to use with the practitioners of your choice.

Neurotransmitters are the brain's chemical messengers, assisting the brain in controlling the many tissues and functions of the body through glands, organs, and muscles.

Functioning primarily in the Central Nervous System (CNS), neurotransmitters are powerful chemicals that regulate numerous physical and emotional processes such as mental performance, emotional state, physical energy, and pain response.

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A comprehensive approach to addressing adrenal dysfunction will include an assessment of the entire HPA axis.

 

There are several key neurotransmitters regulated in the hypothalamus which are directly connected to adrenal dysfunction.

Estrogen’s Dance Partner...

Fluctuating mood, irritability, pain, low energy, and poor sleep are symptoms commonly associated
with PMS. It is important to look at hormone imbalances when addressing PMS, in particular, estrogen dominance.

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PTSD’s symptoms are broken into three categories: reliving the event, avoidance, and arousal.

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a potentially debilitating anxiety disorder triggered by exposure to a traumatic experience.

Have you ever walked into a room and don't know why?

Or you get to the ATM and you blank on your password. If you are feeling spacey, confused, or forgetful, you may be suffering from brain fog.

Traumatic brain injury or head trauma can cause pituitary hormone deficiency,

 

Recent studies indicate “that one or more pituitary hormones may be affected by traumatic brain injury or