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I just got results back for a 4 point saliva cortisol test.
morning – 66.7 HIGH (range 6-42)
noon – 39.1 HIGH (range 2-11)
afternoon – 6 NORMAL (range 2-11)
evening – 3.3 NORMAL (range 1-8)
DHEAS (morning level) was 5.6nmol/L (ref range 2.5-25.0) which put me on the low end of normal
I don’t feel particularly stressed out, but have suffered from chronic pain (fibromyalgia) for 20+ years which obviously takes its tole on my body. I’ve been addressing mineral deficiencies for a few years now and take a range of supplements. Blood results indicate I may be in early hypothyroidism (currently seeing if introduction of iodine, selenium, folate & B12 improve that). But what else could I be missing?
What exactly do these results tell me? I’d expected if it was stress related all the values would be high.
Would appreciate any help on knowing where to next.
Do you find yourself constantly fatigued, and struggling to get out of bed in the mornings? Do you feel unable to cope with stressful situations? If so, you might be suffering from Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome.
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