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Sleep and Stress Test

Get the Restful Night Sleep You Deserve
30-Minute Health Coaching Call Included
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Sleep and Stress Test

Get the Restful Night Sleep You Deserve
30-Minute Health Coaching Call Included

Your diurnal rhythm is a biological rhythm that is synchronized with your day/night cycle and regulated by the hormones cortisol and melatonin. If you experience grogginess in the morning with brain fog continuing into the afternoon, only to find yourself wired at bedtime, it's vital to take a closer look at your cortisol and melatonin levels, and the balance between these two "reverse" hormones. This simple at-home test, will provide a comprehensive snapshot about this important cycle that affects your energy levels and ability to get a restful night's sleep. Most importantly, once you understand this cycle, you can begin to take the steps needed to rebalance, so you can feel energized during the day, and slip into restful sleep at night.

Test Type:
Urine
Urine

Balancing Your Energy

What is Measured

Cortisol

A hormone that regulates stress acts as your internal alarm clock.

Cortisol is a steroid hormone produced by the adrenal glands. Working with the brain, it manages your sleep/wake cycle, mood, and energy, along with managing how your body processes carbohydrates, fats, and proteins

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Melatonin

Our body's sleep hormone that is produced in response to darkness.

Primarily produced in the pineal gland in your brain, melatonin is responsible for triggering the circadian rhythm when it's time to fall asleep and stay asleep through the night. It's a hormone that peaks in the evening and can be distributed if exposed to bright light or irregular cortisol peaks.

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Cortisone

The inactive form of cortisol after it is metabolized.

Cortisol is reversibly metabolized to its inactive form, cortisone. Looking at both cortisol and cortisone together gives a better picture of the total cortisol production by the adrenals.

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Creatinine

A waste product made by your muscles as part of regular, daily activity.

Your kidneys work to filter creatinine as well as other waste products out of your blood. After being filtered, these waste products are then expelled from your body in urine and can be a supporting indicator in your lab results.

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Still have questions? FAQs

Once you receive your at-home lab test, please follow the instructions provided to register your test. Once sample(s) are sent to one of our CLIA certified labs, it will take approximately 3 weeks for your results to be returned, during which time you will receive information on how to schedule your one-one-one health coaching call.

You can contact us at support@equi.life for general questions.

If you have a more specific question about your sample collection you may reach out to the lab directly to better guide you - each instruction sheet has the contact information available to get your questions answered promptly!

No, please wait until your menstrual cycle is complete before collecting urine sample to ensure it is not contaminated.