Biomarker Analysis

The Key to Wellness is in your blood

At Psirenity Health, we conduct an extensive health evaluation by assessing over 50 physical biomarkers, lifestyle factors, and brain health metrics to offer one of the most comprehensive evaluations available.

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  • Random Serum Glucose
    Random blood glucose (blood sugar); measures the amount of sugar in your blood at any time.
  • HbA1C
    A measure of risk for diabetes.
  • Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH)
    Indicates an overactive or underactive thyroid.
  • Free Thyroxine (T4)
    Indicator of thyroid function (hyperthyroidism).
  • Free T3
    Indicator of energy production and thyroid function.
  • Urea
    It helps assess kidney function and hydration status.
  • Creatinine
    Another marker for kidney function, elevated levels may signal kidney problems.
  • Calcium
    Essential for bone health. Your calcium levels provide insight into your bone strength and nerve function.
  • Phosphorous
    Works alongside calcium for healthy bones and teeth.
  • Chloride
    Maintains a vital role in maintaining fluids in your body, regulating pH and assisting in nerve function.
  • Magnesium
    Essential for various bodily functions, including nerve and muscle function.
  • Protein
    Measures overall nutritional status and assesses liver and kidney function.
  • Bilirubin
    Indicates liver health.
  • Cholesterol
    Total cholesterol provides a risk assessment for cardiovascular disease and metabolic health.
  • Triglycerides
    Measure fats in the blood, which is crucial for assessing heart health.
  • HDL
    “Good” cholesterol lowers the risk of heart disease; this marker assesses cardiovascular health.
  • LDL
    “Bad” cholesterol linked to heart disease.
  • Non – HDL Cholesterol
    Includes all “bad” cholesterol – a more comprehensive heart disease risk assessment.
  • Total Cholesterol
    Risk assessment for cardiovascular disease and metabolic health
  • TC/HDL-C Ratio
    A calculated value ratio indicated cardiovascular health
  • CRP
    Indicates inflammation in the body, associated with various health conditions.
  • Ferritin
    Measures iron levels.
  • Folate
    Essential for DNA synthesis, repair and cell division
  • Sodium
    Critical for nerve and muscle function.
  • Potassium
    Essential for heart and muscle function, regulates blood pressure.
  • Alkaline Phosphatase
    Important for assessing liver and bone health
  • Alanine Amino-Transferase (ALT)
    Evaluates liver damage, disease or cirrhosis.
  • GGT
    Evaluates liver health.
  • eGFR
    A key indicator of kidney health
  • Testosterone
    Crucial for sexual health and maintenance of muscle mass and bone density.
  • Estradiol
    Important for male reproductive health, bone health, and brain function.
  • Luteinizing Hormone (LH)
    Assesses reproductive function.In women – a surge in LH triggers ovulation while in men it stimulates the production of testosterone in the testes
  • Follicle-stimulating Hormone (FSH)
    Assesses reproductive function.In women – elevated or decreased FSH levels can indicate issues with ovarian function such as menopause while in men abnormal FSH levels may signal problems with testicular function
  • Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA)
    Associated with various prostate conditions, measures as a signifier of prostate health.
    Assess adrenal function and evaluate androgen production in men.
  • Prolactin
    Plays a crucial role in identifying reproductive health in women
  • Zinc
    Vital for immune function, wound healing and DNA synthesis.
  • 25 Hydroxy Vitamin D
    Essential for bone health, immune function, and overall well-being.
  • Hemoglobin
    Measure oxygen-carrying capacity.
  • Apolipo-protein B (ApoB)
    Plays a central role in lipid metabolism, helps to assess cardiovascular risk
  • Hematocrit
    Determines the proportion of blood that’s red blood cells; useful in assessing dehydration or anemia.
  • Vitamin B12
    B12 is crucial for the production of red blood cells, neurological function and DNA synthesis.
  • Albumin
    A key protein in blood that helps maintain fluid balance, transports hormones and nutrients and contributes to the blood’s buffering capacity.
  • Red Blood Cells
    Indicates oxygen transport.
    Provide detailed information about the size of your red blood cells and volume.
  • White Blood Cells (WBC)
    Indicates the body’s immune response and helps detect infections or inflammation.
  • Platelets
    Essential for blood clotting.
  • MPV
    Measures platelet size variation.
  • WBC Neutrophils, Lymphocytes, Monocytes, Eosinophils, Basophils:
    Different white blood cell types provide insight into immune system function and potential infections.
  • Physical Metrics: Waist, Blood Pressure, Resting HR, Body Mass
    Indicators of overall health, body composition, healthy heart, risk for diabetes, hypertension, metabolic health.

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