Male Wellness Panel
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Our comprehensive male wellness panel will provide you with a clear picture of your overall health, highlighting potential health concerns.
This Panel tests 6 Biomarkers.
Clinical Details: For men ages 18+
Collection Method: Finger Prick Blood and Saliva
Is it for me?
Male health is closely monitored by annual testing. Your doctor can utilize the Male Wellness Panel to check for early symptoms of diabetes or heart disease, or to monitor a previously diagnosed problem. This test can also be used to track the effects of certain medications and/or lifestyle choices, such as nutrition, on your health.
These symptoms can greatly affect one’s life therefore they should be dealt with immediately.
- Weight gain
- Increased sensitivity to cold or heat
- Constipation or more frequent bowel movements
- Muscle weakness
- Increased hunger
- Nervousness, anxiety, or irritability
- Blurred vision sweating
- Erectile dysfunction
- Loss of muscle mass
- The decrease in beard and body hair growth
- Osteoporosis, the loss of bone mass
- Testosterone Total: Testosterone is a growth hormone produced by the adrenal cortex. It is important for the maintenance of bone and muscle mass, as well as the male reproductive system. Low testosterone in men leads to symptoms such as fat storage, fatigue and loss of muscle mass. Testosterone Total is the standard biomarker and refers to the total amount of testosterone in the body.
- Free Testosterone: Testosterone is a growth hormone produced by the adrenal cortex. It is important for the maintenance of bone and muscle mass, as well as the male reproductive system. Low testosterone in men leads to symptoms such as fat storage, fatigue and even depression. Free Testosterone refers to the amount of bioavailable testosterone in the body and allows for a more thorough diagnosis.
- DHT: The hormone Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) is an androgen, meaning it is involved in the development of male characteristics including the prostate and hair growth. An imbalance of DHT is commonly associated with male pattern baldness and problems with the prostate.
- Cortisol: Released by the adrenal glands, cortisol is the stress hormone that maintains the body’s energy by regulating the release of glucose, and usage of this glucose as an energy source. In times of elevated stress, high cortisol leads to adrenal fatigue, increased cravings and a slower metabolism. All of these lead to a reduction in energy and increased weight gain.
- DHEA: Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) is a hormone produced by the adrenal gland. While the body uses DHEA as a precursor for other hormones, it also maintains the metabolism. Healthy DHEA levels are linked to reduced fatigue and weight loss.
- TSH: Thyroid-Stimulating Hormone (TSH) regulates hormone production in the thyroid. When TSH production is irregular, it can lead to symptoms of hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism. Additionally, abnormal functioning of the thyroid leads to a myriad of symptoms including fatigue and unprecedented weight gain.
Everything you need to understand your results
Detailed directions to guide you
All materials for sample collection and sample analysis
Pre-paid shipping both ways
Help along the way if you need it
Digital and printable results
Group webinar with a healthcare professional