Get a personalized snapshot of your cortisol pattern throughout the day with this 3 point at home lab test.
Optimize energy + alertness, sleep quality, stress management and hormonal balance.
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Discover the powerful insights hidden in your cortisol pattern. It's not just about stress; it's about understanding the ebb and flow that influences your energy, mood, and overall well-being.
We use your unique cortisol curve to generate a personalized recovery plan. High or low cortisol imbalances reveal different symptoms - it’s not a one size fits all solution.
How It Works
1. Test Your Cortisol
Easily test your cortisol pattern, from home, by collecting a saliva sample upon waking, mid-day, and before bed. Send your sample back to the lab in your pre-paid mailer and receive your results in under 1 week.
2. Unlock Your Results and Hyper-Personalized Plan
Understand your cortisol curve, discover your stress type and receive a personalized lifestyle recommendation from our clinical nutritionist. You’ll also receive product recommendations to help balance your natural rhythms with 1:1 support available along the way.
3. Track Progress and Feel Improvements
Put your personalized lifestyle recommendations into practice and experience better energy, mood and overall well being. Our body’s change season to season. Test every quarter and track your progress through your personal dashboard to see how your levels improve.
When you are aware of your cortisol patterns, you can make informed decisions about your daily routines, stress management strategies, and sleep habits
Energy + Alertness
Cortisol is often referred to as the "awakening hormone" because it helps increase alertness and energy in the morning. Recognizing the peak times of cortisol release can help you schedule activities that require focus and concentration during these periods.
Cortisol levels should be lower in the evening to promote relaxation and prepare the body for sleep. If cortisol remains elevated at night due to stress or other factors, it can interfere with sleep quality. Understanding your cortisol patterns can be helpful in identifying potential factors affecting your sleep.
Monitoring cortisol levels can provide insights into your body's response to stress. Chronic stress can lead to consistently elevated cortisol levels, which may have negative health effects. Recognizing patterns of stress and finding effective ways to manage it is crucial for overall well-being.
Cortisol is intricately connected with other hormones in the body. Imbalances in cortisol levels can influence the production of other hormones, such as insulin and reproductive hormones. Understanding your cortisol patterns can provide valuable information about your hormonal balance.
Understand your cortisol, understand yourself. Take the reins and bring balance back to your life.
What members are saying
Lauren, Verified Member
“My sleep problems were from high cortisol at night. Lowering this hormone before bed was a breakthrough in my sleep.”
Sarah, Verified Member
“Low morning cortisol was the reason I hit the snooze button 20 times. Optimizing my cortisol has helped me feel energized in the morning.”
Mary, Verified Member
“My high cortisol was making weight loss difficult. Balancing my cortisol has helped me lose 8 pounds.”
Josh, Verified Member
“I learned so much from this lab test, game changer for my health!”
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