Find hereunder a selection of tests you can do in order to assess your nutritional, hormonal and psychological situation. However, this non-exhaustive list of test is not a substitute to your consultation. The tests are made to direct you in a direction but are in no way a complete medical diagnostic. Our doctors are here to deliver you an advance medical check-up based on the combination of your questionnaires, physical examination, urine and blood test results analysis.
Check your nutritional / vitamin deficiencies
Contrary to a widespread belief, Europeans are not immune to vitamin deficiencies. A good diet will not be sufficient to protect your against nutritional / vitamin deficiencies. Age, life stages (newborn, adolescent, pregnancy, menstrual cycles…), lifestyle or even some diseases are factors that may influence and increase your deficiency in vitamins. Test your nutritional category by clicking below.
- Vitamin A deficiency test
- Vitamin B1 deficiency test
- Vitamin B2 deficiency test
- Vitamin B3 deficiency test
- Vitamin B5 deficiency test
- Vitamin B6 deficiency test
- Vitamin B7 deficiency test
- Vitamin B9 deficiency test
- Vitamin B12 deficiency test
- Vitamin C deficiency test
- Vitamin D deficiency test Vitamin E deficiency test
- Vitamin K deficiency test
- Omega3 deficiency test
- Omega6 deficiency test
- Zinc deficiency test
- Iron deficiency test
- Magnesium deficiency test
Check your hormonal profile
When properly balanced, hormonal therapies are preventive treatments which enable to delay, reduce or cure diseases by stimulating your immunity against potential infections. The optimal level of a specific hormone can vary from one patient to another; therefore hormone therapies should be tailor-made for each individual. Our doctors will closely monitor the combination of your hormone therapy with your nutritional therapy, in order to ensure an appropriate and effective treatment. By the mean of the below tests, define your hormonal status and meet us for a consultation in order to determine the appropriate treatment.
Psychological complaints of hormone deficiencies
You are experiencing anxiety, insomnia and nocturnal ruminations? Maybe you are lacking Melatonin.
You are prone to panic attacks? You get tired easily? You have difficulties to recover after an effort? You are depressive? You need to sleep often? You have erection dysfunction? Perhaps you have a Growth Hormone deficiency.
You feel a lack of concentration, slow in your movements and tired as soon as you wake up? You may have a thyroid deficiency.
You find it difficult to resist to stress? You are nervous and irritable? You have problems to control your emotions? You are tired and you lack energy? You have noticed a loss of appetite? You may be suffering from a lack of cortisol.
You have noticed that you are depressed, anxious, often tired for no specific reasons, you have lost your libido (women) or have erection problems (men)? Maybe your DHEA is too low.
Lack of attention? Need to lie down during the day? Distracted? Perhaps you are lacking Aldosterone.
You perceive a decreased libido, impaired memory and depression? You may have low Estrogen levels.
You are prone to anxiety, hypersensitivity when facing difficulties, depression during the day, and decreased or absent libido (in women) or sex drive (in men)? Perhaps Testosterone level is low (Woman – Men).
Aptitudes to a longer life
For a longer and healthier life, opt for the combination of nutritional and hormonal therapies supported by the appropriate psychological attitudes. Hereunder find a few tips which can help you live longer, and which are often encountered in healthy and active centenarians.
Use of positive attitudes
- Acceptance of growing old
- Positive thoughts and words
- Tendency to convert negative emotions into positive attitudes
- Close family relationships
- Love, loving attitudes
- Resourcefulness (capacity to resolve problems)
- Having a purpose, meaning in life
- Spirit of life, passion
- Active, doing professional or social work
- Belief in higher values (religious, spiritual, moral)
- Sleeping enough (6h30 to 8h30 sleep)
Avoidance of adverse psychological attitudes
- Avoid anxiety
- Avoid depression
- Try to avoid stressful situations
- Avoid being aggressive
- Avoid emotional retention