At Psirenity Health, we conduct an extensive health evaluation by assessing over 40 physical biomarkers, lifestyle factors, and brain health metrics to offer one of the most comprehensive evaluations available.
Complete Biomarker Panel
Random Serum Glucose
Random blood glucose (blood sugar); measures the amount of sugar in your blood at any time.
It helps assess kidney function and hydration status.
Another marker for kidney function, elevated levels may signal kidney problems.
Essential for bone health. Your calcium levels provide insight into your bone strength and nerve function.
Works alongside calcium for healthy bones and teeth.
Essential for various bodily functions, including nerve and muscle function.
Measures overall nutritional status and assesses liver and kidney function.
Indicates liver health.
Total cholesterol provides a risk assessment for cardiovascular disease and metabolic health.
Measure fats in the blood, which is crucial for assessing heart health.
“Good” cholesterol lowers the risk of heart disease; this marker assesses cardiovascular health.
“Bad” cholesterol linked to heart disease.
Non - HDL Cholesterol
Includes all “bad” cholesterol - a more comprehensive heart disease risk assessment.
Indicates inflammation in the body, associated with various health conditions.
Measures iron levels.
Critical for nerve and muscle function.
Essential for heart and muscle function, regulates blood pressure.
Evaluates liver health.
Crucial for sexual health and maintenance of muscle mass and bone density.
Important for male reproductive health, bone health, and brain function.
Vital for immune function, wound healing and DNA synthesis.
25 Hydroxy Vitamin D
Essential for bone health, immune function, and overall well-being.
Measure oxygen-carrying capacity.
Determines the proportion of blood that’s red blood cells; useful in assessing dehydration or anemia.
Red Blood Cells
Indicates oxygen transport.
RBC MCV, MCHC, RDW
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.
Essential for blood clotting.
Measures platelet size variation.
WBC Neutrophils, Lymphocytes, Monocytes, Eosinophils, Basophils:
Different white blood cell types provide insight into immune system function and potential infections.