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Salivary Hormone Testings

VIDEO: Salivary Hormone Testings, part 5

VIDEO: Salivary Hormone Testings, part 5

This entry is part of 5 in the series Salivary Hormone Testings

– Some people think that once they go on some sort of endocrine therapy, where it be heart, thyroid therapy, or adrenals or sex hormones, that they have to stay on them forever. And sometimes that’s just not the case. – Right. – Sometimes you can revive the body, and bring back some of the… Read More

VIDEO: Salivary Hormone Testings, part 1

VIDEO: Salivary Hormone Testings, part 1

This entry is part 1 of 5 in the series Salivary Hormone Testings

– I recommend salivary or hormone testing in general for people that who may not be feeling quite themselves. Maybe feeling sluggish, run down, brain fog, have a hard time healing, have a hard time getting out of bed in the morning. Finding they’re kind of drained all day but get wired at night. Cold… Read More

VIDEO: Salivary Hormone Testings, part 2

VIDEO: Salivary Hormone Testings, part 2

This entry is part 2 of 5 in the series Salivary Hormone Testings

– Why salivary hormones? – Well, so I would say salivary hormones for certain hormones. I wouldn’t say salivary hormones for all hormones and the reason is that you can get a pretty good assessment of sex hormone binding globulin, testosterone nowadays and thyroid hormones, those can be pretty well accurately measured by serum. –… Read More

VIDEO: Salivary Hormone Testings, part 3

VIDEO: Salivary Hormone Testings, part 3

This entry is part 3 of 5 in the series Salivary Hormone Testings

– I found salivary, salivary cortisol testing to be incredibly accurate in comparison to say a morning cortisol test via the blood. – Yeah. – Because with the salivary, what we could do is we can look at the cortisol rhythm so rather than just seeing where it is in the morning, we could actually… Read More

VIDEO: Salivary Hormone Testings, part 4

VIDEO: Salivary Hormone Testings, part 4

This entry is part 4 of 5 in the series Salivary Hormone Testings

– When you look at cortisol disruptions, or long-term elevated cortisol, one of the first things that you can begin to see is blood sugar dysregulation issues where perhaps you start to get insulin resistance. – Prediabetes. – Prediabetes. You get the spare tire syndrome, so the weight gain around the midsection. – Yeah. –… Read More