Five simple steps to lower cortisol levels and reduce stress
This article explains the role of cortisol in the stress response, how elevated cortisol impacts a number of bodily functions, the benefits of stress reduction, and some stress management techniques to help lower cortisol levels naturally.
Top 5 Functional Medicine Lab Tests You Should Know About
Our last article gave an introduction to the holistic way the functional medicine model works to identify the root cause of disease.This article highlights the 5 most commonly ordered Functional Medicine Lab tests patients should know about to discover how their body is working as a whole.
What is Functional Medicine and How Can it Help You Live Healthier?
This article provides an introduction to the holistic way that the functional medicine model works to identify the root cause of disease, and develop sustainable strategies to achieve optimal health.
A Guide to Understanding Testosterone Levels by Age
A comprehensive guide to understanding the natural changes in testosterone levels among men as you age. Learn how testosterone levels decrease, when testosterone levels can be considered “too low,” the symptoms associated with low testosterone, and how you can test your testosterone levels at home.
LDTs and At-Home Lab Testing
Everyone has done a lab test at some point in their life - whether it was part of a routine doctor's visit, follow-up after a treatment, or just out of curiosity! Users now have more options than ever to do lab tests- but what is the difference between the tests being done from standard blood draws and the tests you can do at home? Keep reading to find out.
Physician Follow-ups: What they are and why your company needs them
In our last article, we highlighted the complexity of setting up your own Lab Testing Operations, including the need to partner with a clinical physician network for pre-test order review and post-test results. In this article, we are diving deeper into why physician follow-ups are so important for digital health companies and their patients.