Daily Free Cortisol and Cortisone + Metabolites (Urine) - DUTCH

Urine

Performed by: Precision Analytical

Biomarkers included in this panel:

24hr Free Cortisol

Cortisol is a steroid produced and secreted by the adrenal glands. A very small percentage of cortisol is free and unbound, while the remaining is in transition. The human body produces cortisol first, and then different glands have the ability to

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24hr Free Cortisone

Cortisone is the inactive form of cortisol. Cortisone shows minimal biological activity per se, reflecting negligible affinity for the glucocorticoid and aldosterone receptors. The kidney, colon and saliva gland have lots of activity for changing cor

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a-Tetrahydrocortisol (a-THF)

This is one of the three cortisol metabolites. The total some of the three cortisol metabolites gives us a good indication of the overall cortisol production in your body.  Two of the 3 metabolites are the active form of cortisol (THF). The o

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a-Tetrahydrocortisol (a-THF) (male)

Metabolized cortisol is the sum of a-tetrahydrocortisol (a-THF), b-tetrahydrocortisol (b-THF), and b-tetrahydrocortisone (b-THE). They are a good indication of the total cortisol output from the adrenal gland or clearance out the body.

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b-Tetrahydrocortisol (b-THF)

B-Tetrahydrocortisol [aka 5-beta-Tetrahydrocortisol (5b-THF)] is a metabolite of cortisol. Tetrahydrocortisone, Tetrahydrocortisol and Allo-Tetrahydrocortisol are cortisol metabolites that reflect approximately 50% of daily cortisone synthesis. Th

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b-Tetrahydrocortisol (b-THF) (male)

B-Tetrahydrocortisol [aka 5-beta-Tetrahydrocortisol (5b-THF)] is a metabolite of cortisol. Tetrahydrocortisone, Tetrahydrocortisol and Allo-Tetrahydrocortisol are cortisol metabolites that reflect approximately 50% of daily cortisone synthesis. Th

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b-Tetrahydrocortisone (b-THE)

This is one of the three cortisol metabolites. The total some of the three cortisol metabolites gives us a good indication of the overall cortisol production in your body.  Two of the 3 metabolites are the active form of cortisol (THF). The o

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b-Tetrahydrocortisone (b-THE) (male)

This is one of the three cortisol metabolites. The total some of the three cortisol metabolites gives us a good indication of the overall cortisol production in your body.  Two of the 3 metabolites are the active form of cortisol (THF). The o

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Cortisol A (Waking)

Cortisol is a hormone produced by the adrenal glands, which are located on top of the kidneys. It is normally released in response to events and circumstances such as waking up in the morning, exercising, and acute stress. In the Dutch test there

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Cortisol B (Morning)

This is the 2nd cortisol sample of the day. Usually measured 30 to 60 minutes after waking.  Cortisol is a hormone produced by the adrenal glands, which are located on top of the kidneys. It is normally released in response to events and circ

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Cortisol C (Afternoon)

This is the 3rd cortisol sample of the day. Usually measured in the afternoon.  Cortisol is a hormone produced by the adrenal glands, which are located on top of the kidneys. It is normally released in response to events and circumstances suc

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Cortisol D (Night)

This is the 4th cortisol sample of the day (=evening/night). Cortisol is a hormone produced by the adrenal glands, which are located on top of the kidneys. It is normally released in response to events and circumstances such as waking up in t

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Cortisone A (Waking)

Cortisone is the inactive form of cortisol. Cortisone shows minimal biological activity per se, reflecting negligible affinity for the glucocorticoid and aldosterone receptors. The kidney, colon and saliva gland have lots of activity for changing cor

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Cortisone B (Morning)

Cortisone is the inactive form of cortisol. Cortisone shows minimal biological activity per se, reflecting negligible affinity for the glucocorticoid and aldosterone receptors. The kidney, colon and saliva gland have lots of activity for changing cor

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Cortisone C (Afternoon)

Cortisone is the inactive form of cortisol. Cortisone shows minimal biological activity per se, reflecting negligible affinity for the glucocorticoid and aldosterone receptors. The kidney, colon and saliva gland have lots of activity for changing cor

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Cortisone D (Night)

Cortisone is the inactive form of cortisol. Cortisone shows minimal biological activity per se, reflecting negligible affinity for the glucocorticoid and aldosterone receptors. The kidney, colon and saliva gland have lots of activity for changing cor

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Metabolized Cortisol (THF+THE)

Metabolized Cortisol is the sum of a-THF, b-THF and b-THE (the most abundant cortisol metabolites). While free cortisol is the best assessment for tissue levels of cortisol, it only represents 1-3% of the total produced. The majority of cortisol r

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Metabolized Cortisol (THF+THE) (male)

Metabolized cortisol best reflects total cortisol production.

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Saliva Cortisol - Afternoon

Cortisol is a stress hormone produced by the adrenal glands and is the primary agent used in our body’s flight or fight response to threatening stimuli.

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Saliva Cortisol - Extra 1

Saliva Cortisol - Insomnia

This measurement offers valuable additional information about cortisol’s potential causal role in sleep disturbances. When people suffer from insomnia, the 5 salivary cortisol measurements on the DUTCH Plus may not be enough to assess cortis

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Saliva Cortisol - Night

Cortisol is a stress hormone produced by the adrenal glands and is the primary agent used in our body’s flight or fight response to threatening stimuli.

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Saliva Cortisol - W+30 min.

This is the 2nd cortisol sample of the day. Usually measured 30 to 60 minutes after waking.  Cortisol is a hormone produced by the adrenal glands, which are located on top of the kidneys. It is normally released in response to events and circ

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Saliva Cortisol - W+60 min.

Cortisol is a stress hormone produced by the adrenal glands and is the primary agent used in our body’s flight or fight response to threatening stimuli.

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Saliva Cortisol - Waking

Cortisol is a stress hormone produced by the adrenal glands and is the primary agent used in our body’s flight or fight response to threatening stimuli.

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Saliva Cortisol Total

Cortisol is a stress hormone produced by the adrenal glands and is the primary agent used in our body’s flight or fight response to threatening stimuli.

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Saliva Cortisone - Afternoon

Saliva Cortisone - Extra 1

Saliva Cortisone - Insomnia

Saliva Cortisone - Night

Saliva Cortisone - W+30 min

Saliva Cortisone - W+60 min.

Saliva Cortisone - Waking

Saliva Cortisone Total