Adrenal Cortex Female Hormone Saliva Test

Balance The Hormones Naturally With An Adrenal Cortex Female Hormone Saliva Test

A hormonal imbalance can disrupt life and functioning. Take the test today and live better!

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Why Are Hormone Levels Important?

Hormones are chemical messengers that are present in the body and govern various functions related to physiology and sexual functions. Among the sex hormones that are present in the body, there are oestrogens {oestrone (E1), oestradiol (E2), oestriol (E3)}, progesterone, testosterone, DHEA-S and cortisol. The levels of these are important as they change with the different phases that women go through, such as pregnancy, menopause, puberty etc. The levels can be determined through tests and this provides a deeper understanding of why there are problems in the body and what can be done to rectify these. 

They depend upon the environmental factors, age, exposure to different chemicals, cosmetics, the kind of lifestyle one leads, dietary habits and more. 

The adrenal cortex hormone saliva test is a noninvasive one and it measures the hormone levels in the sample of sputum. Through a kit, patients can check their saliva and the results are then analysed by the naturopath. 

The various female hormones that can be determined from the Female Hormone Panel are the following:

  • Oestrone (E1)     
  • Oestradiol (E2
  • Oestriol (E3)      
  • Progesterone (P4)   
  • Testosterone (TT)
  • DHEA-S
  • Cortisol
  • Melatonin

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What Is The Adrenal Cortex Female Hormone Panel Saliva Test?

The test is a determinant of the bioavailable hormones. Throughout a complete menstrual cycle, the saliva samples are collected and analysed at specific times and this gives an idea of the baseline measures. Once the naturopath understands which hormones are in excess and which are not in accordance with the standard, hormone replacement therapy can be done. 

The benefits of the female hormone panel: 

  • It gives one the opportunity for privacy as the saliva samples are collected in the home
  • Itt is non-invasive and there are no side effects
  • Saliva acts as a medium for the hormones and thus, they maintain their inherent characteristics at room temperature during the transportation
  • It gives a comprehensive analysis of the levels

Seek Natural Help For Hormonal Problems!

During a woman’s life, the levels of the hormones fluctuate and rightly so. However, this fluctuation can often not be in accordance with the standard and this can cause various disturbances, severe premenstrual syndrome symptoms, PCOS, and even physical changes in the woman’s body. Apart from the sexual functions, bone health, cardiovascular health etc are all controlled by chemical messengers. Women’s hormones are present in the saliva and this makes it easier to determine their levels by the saliva test. 

In the body, there are hormones that are bound to proteins and those that are free. These are steroids and thus they are bound to carrier proteins while they navigate through the bloodstream. While in the bound state, they are metabolically inactive. A small portion of the chemical messengers is free in the blood, not bound to any carrier proteins and active. The advantage that the saliva test has over the blood test is that it can measure the levels of the active, unbound hormones.

Why Do Hormonal Imbalances Occur?

There are several factors that cause a hormonal disturbance. These include diet, lifestyle, habits such as smoking etc. The following factors could be responsible:

Gut health: If the microbiome of the gut is not balanced, hormones could be affected. Conditions such as Leaky Gut, SIBO, etc. are triggers to hormonal imbalances. 

Stress: Stressful situations cause the body’s fight or flight mechanism to kick into gear. When prolonged stressful conditions continue, this leads to adrenal fatigue and further causes hormonal imbalance

Lifestyle: We are exposed to xenotoxins frequently due to the artificial products we use, pesticides we are exposed to, drugs we take for common infections, and cosmetics that we use. These xenotoxins can hamper hormone production.


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