The Stress Assessment includes various tests to evaluate various health conditions such as Complete Blood Count, hormone test, thyroid Profile, Lipid Profile, inflammation marker, vitamin D total.
The Complete Blood Count test is conducted to determine the cause of the stress-related disorder, especially if it is secondary to infection. The cortisol level test checks high or low cortisol levels, which can lead to stress-related health disorders.
The thyroid profile evaluation assesses the level of TSH, T4, and T3 hormones. A lipid profile is a test that measures cholesterol levels and other lipids. High triglycerides, LDL, and decreasing HDL are related to stress-related illnesses.
An inflammation marker test is performed to examine the level of CRP (c-reactive protein) and ESR (Erythrocyte sedimentation rate). The level of these can lead to depression and stress. Vitamin D total is done to detect vitamin D deficiency as it could impact mental health and lead to the inability to cope with stress.