Hormone Series Part 4: Which Hormones Should You Be Testing?

by Jackie Wicks

woman stretching, open, air, runnerHow should you have your levels tested?

It’s not hard to see how in the delicate balance of hormones, one imbalance leads to another, or impacts another, and soon your entire system is thrown off. Which can in turn prolong the imbalance. Some of the more common imbalances that are identified through testing include estrogen deficiency or dominance, progesterone deficiency, adrenal dysfunction or fatigue, and androgen (testosterone and DHEA) deficiencies or excesses.

Since hormone levels can fluctuate significantly throughout the day and depending on your activities, what’s the best way to test these hormones so that you gain an accurate reading of your levels for an effective treatment plan? Join us for our next installment to find out!

Read Part 1: What Are Hormones and Why Should You Care?

Read Part 2: Why the Adrenals Are so Important

Read Part 3: Top 3 Symptoms You Didn’t Know were Related to Hormone Imbalances

 

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