Hormone testing

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  1. Our hormone test-kit for the Persometrics Stress Report, giving tailored advice on stress and burnout.
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    Persometrics Stress Hormone Profile
    CHF190.00
    Feeling stressed or fatigued? Find your path to improved mental and physical well-being through adrenal stress biomarker testing.
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  2. Persometrics Extended Stress Hormone Profile
    CHF250.00
    Obtain focused guiding and deeper understanding of your body through in-depth analysis of several stress biomarkers.
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  3. Testosterone Single
    CHF55.00
    This test measures the bioavailable component of total testosterone through a single saliva sample. Testosterone is a male sex hormone, which is used to evaluate the androgenous state of men and to diagnose polycystic ovary syndrome and breast cancer in women. It is responsible for bone and muscle strength, as well as mood, energy and sexual function. It also has an influence on muscle mass, physical strength and bone density. Persometrics does not offer advice or medical diagnostics. Rather, the outcome of this test could be useful for you to discuss further with your medical doctor. Note: Due to the exceptional circumstances brought upon us by the new coronavirus, there will be one week's delay in the shipping of this test.
  4. Persometrics Optimised Exercise Test
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    Persometrics Optimised Exercise Test
    CHF149.00
    Persometrics Optimised Exercise Test
  5. Cortisol Single
    CHF35.00
    This test measures the bioavailable component of total cortisol through a saliva sample. Cortisol is known as the stress hormone. When we are confronted with a threat, cortisol targets the central nervous system, the metabolic system, the immune system and the cardiovascular system, with the aim of releasing energy to allow us to deal with the stressor and not waste precious resources elsewhere.
  6. Melatonin test
    CHF49.00
    Salivary analysis of the sleep hormone melatonin. Melatonin is a soporific neuro-hormone controlling the circadian rhythm. Light creates an epiphyseal production. It is known that sleep disorders go hand in hand with poor concentration and memory, decreased productivity and decreased performance in sports. Take this test to assess your mid-day 'free' (bioavailable) melatonin level. You receive your raw scores and reference range.
  7. Athletic Maximum Potential Hormone Test
    CHF210.00
    The Athletic Maximum Potential Hormone Test can help you optimise your intensity, select the time of day for training, and identify other factors that may improve muscle adaption, such as diet, based on analysis of two hormones important for training adaptations: cortisol and testosterone.
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