This profile provides a comprehensive view of HPA axis/adrenal function and includes 4 cortisol levels collected over the course of the day, plus DHEA. [ LEARN MORE]
3 to 5 days
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Cortisol levels should be at their highest level 30 minutes after waking up in the morning, decreasing gradually over the course of the day, reaching their lowest point at bedtime. The resulting curve or pattern allows health care providers to pinpoint issues with adrenal gland function. Alterations in this pattern can results in symptoms related to stress, fatigue and insomnia. DHEA levels naturally decline with age, although alterations can be seen as part of the stress response.