Are you ready to revolutionize your health by using the new energetic hormone panel by AO Scan Frequency Technology? In the pursuit of optimal health and wellness, it’s vital to understand the intricate balance of hormones in our bodies.
Hormones play a crucial role in regulating various bodily functions, affecting everything from our energy levels and mood to metabolism and reproductive health.
To empower individuals in taking charge of their well-being, Solex has developed an innovative Energetic Hormone panel as part of their AO Scan app technology. Wow!
This cutting-edge tool enables doctors, wellness practitioners, and enthusiasts alike to gain valuable insights into their hormonal health to help them make informed decisions about their overall wellness journey.
*The AO Scan Technology is not used to treat, cure or diagnose, but rather to educate. The AO Scan is non-invasive and there are no contraindications….and best of all, there is no blood pull!
Establish a Baseline of Hormone Health on Your AO Scan App:
Before delving into the details of the Energetic Hormone panel, it’s essential to establish a baseline for accurate hormone scanning. Since this is a new module in the AO Scan App, it should be done for all clients, new and old.
So open the AO Scan App, login, and start scanning any body for hormonal imbalances.
Yes, that’s right, you do not have to go to a lab or doctor’s office for this scan. This can be done on your own tablet or smartphone when you have the AO Scan App.
Solex recommends a specific procedure to ensure precise and more-impactful results.
Clients and users are advised to run the hormone panel three times a day for three consecutive days to establish a critical baseline set of values.
This 30-second test allows for comprehensive data collection and analysis.
By consistently monitoring hormone levels 3 times throughout the day, a more comprehensive understanding of the body’s hormonal patterns can be achieved.
This baseline becomes a reference point for future tests, allowing individuals to track changes and make more-educated adjustments to their health protocols.
The Energetic Hormone Panel:
Solex’s AO Scan app technology is at the forefront of the Energetic Hormone panel, providing an advanced and user-friendly platform for hormone testing.
This non-invasive and efficient system utilizes energetic resonance scanning to assess the body’s energetic field and provide valuable hormonal insights.
By measuring subtle energetic imbalances, the AO Scan app technology can offer an energetic and holistic view of hormonal health.
Key Features and Benefits:
1. Comprehensive Hormone Analysis: The Energetic Hormone panel provides a comprehensive evaluation of various hormones, including those related to stress, metabolism, sleep, reproductive health, and overall vitality. By examining a wide range of hormones, individuals can gain a deeper understanding of their body’s hormonal profile.
2. Personalized Wellness Approach: Armed with the information from the Energetic Hormone panel, individuals can work closely with their healthcare providers or wellness practitioners to develop personalized strategies for hormone balance and overall well-being.
This empowers individuals to take an active role in their health and make informed decisions about their lifestyle, nutrition, and supplementation.
3. Convenient and Time-Efficient Testing: With the AO Scan app technology, hormone testing becomes quick and hassle-free. The ability to perform tests at any given time provides flexibility and convenience for busy individuals seeking to optimize their health.
4. Data-Driven Tracking: By establishing a baseline and regularly monitoring hormone levels, individuals can track changes in their hormonal profiles over time. This data-driven approach empowers individuals to make informed decisions about their health and evaluate the effectiveness of their wellness protocols.
The Energetic Hormone panel, powered by the AO Scan app technology, offers a groundbreaking approach to understanding and optimizing hormonal health.
With its ability to provide comprehensive insights into hormone balance, this innovative tool is revolutionizing the way doctors, wellness practitioners, and enthusiasts approach hormone testing.
By establishing a baseline and utilizing the power of energetic resonance scanning, individuals can gain valuable insights into their body’s hormonal patterns, paving the way for personalized wellness strategies and improved overall health.
The Energetic AO Scan Hormone Panel:
We have made it so easy to take a comprehensive look at hormonal health. The Energetic Hormone panel offered by Solex’s AO Scan app technology provides valuable insights into various hormones that play a significant role in our overall well-being.
By understanding the functions and levels of these hormones, individuals can take proactive steps towards optimizing their health and addressing potential imbalances. Some steps that can be taken may include changes to your diet, exercise program, supplement regimen, sleep habits, emotional health, or a check up from your health practitioner.
Some Key Hormones:
ANTI-THYROGLOBULIN ANTIBODY REVERSE T3 DIHYDROTESTOSTERONE (FEMALE) DIHYDROTESTOSTERONE (MALE) ESTRADIOL (FEMALE) ESTRADIOL (MALE) ESTRONE (FEMALE) ESTRONE (MALE)
Thyroglobulin antibodies, Anti-Thyroglobulin Antibody, attack thyroglobulin proteins found in thyroid gland that can destroy the thyroid gland.
This is useful for detecting autoimmune thyroid disease.
Reverse T3 is inactive thyroid hormone; it does block the conversion of thyroxine (T4) to triiodothyronine (T3).
Higher levels of reverse T3 can decrease the effect of thyroid hormone.
T3, FREE Active thyroid hormone (T3); T3 has 2 forms: bound and free.
Bound T3 is attached to a protein and free T3 is not attached to anything.
Free T3 test measures only the amount of free T3.
It affects almost every physiological process in the body, including growth and development, metabolism, body temperature, and heart rate.
T3 TOTAL THYROID PEROXIDASE ANTIBODY T4, FREE T3
Total measures both free T3 and bound T3.
Thyroid Peroxidase Antibody, type of protein enzyme crucial to producing thyroid hormones and the antibodies may interfere with the action of the enzyme.
T4 Inactive thyroid hormone (T4) Because T4 is converted into thyroid hormone T3 (triiodothyronine),
Free T4 is important to measure. Inactive thyroid hormone (T4) T4 has 2 forms: bound and free.
Bound T4 is attaches to proteins, which prevents it from entering your body’s tissues. Free T4 enters your body’s tissues
1. Anti-Thyroglobulin Antibody: Thyroglobulin antibodies target thyroglobulin proteins found in the thyroid gland. Elevated levels of these antibodies may indicate autoimmune thyroid disease, as they can attack and potentially damage the thyroid gland.
2. Reverse T3: Reverse T3 is an inactive form of thyroid hormone that can interfere with the conversion of thyroxine (T4) to the active form, triiodothyronine (T3). Higher levels of reverse T3 may reduce the effectiveness of thyroid hormone in the body.
3. Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) – Female and Male: Dihydrotestosterone is a hormone derived from testosterone that plays a crucial role in both male and female health. Monitoring DHT levels can provide insights into conditions such as androgenic alopecia (hair loss) and hormonal imbalances.
4. Estradiol – Female and Male: Estradiol is a primary form of estrogen found in both females and males. It influences various physiological processes such as reproductive health, bone density, cardiovascular health, and mood regulation.
5. Estrone – Female and Male: Estrone is another form of estrogen that contributes to hormonal balance and health in both females and males. Monitoring estrone levels can be beneficial in assessing overall hormonal health and identifying potential imbalances.
6. T3, Free: Active thyroid hormone (T3) plays a vital role in regulating metabolism, body temperature, heart rate, and other physiological processes. The free T3 test measures the amount of unbound (free) T3 in the bloodstream, providing insights into thyroid function.
7. T3 Total: T3 Total measures both free T3 and bound T3. This comprehensive measurement offers a broader understanding of the body’s overall T3 levels and its impact on various physiological processes.
8. Thyroid Peroxidase Antibody: Thyroid Peroxidase Antibody is an enzyme crucial for the production of thyroid hormones. The presence of antibodies against this enzyme can interfere with its function, potentially leading to thyroid dysfunction.
9. T4, Free: Free T4 is an inactive form of thyroid hormone that gets converted into the active T3. Measuring free T4 levels provides insights into thyroid function and helps assess the body’s ability to produce and utilize thyroid hormones.
10. T4: T4, or thyroxine, is another inactive form of thyroid hormone that can be converted into T3. By measuring T4 levels, healthcare providers can gain a comprehensive view of thyroid function and assess the conversion process to active T3. Monitoring these hormones through the Energetic Hormone panel empowers individuals to understand their hormonal profile, identify potential imbalances, and work towards personalized wellness strategies. By collaborating with healthcare professionals and wellness practitioners, individuals
PREGNENOLONE (MALE) PROGESTERONE (FEMALE) PROGESTERONE (MALE) SEX HORMONE BINDING (MALE) TESTOSTERONE SERUM (FEMALE) TESTOSTERONE (MALE HYPOGONADISM) LUTEINZING HORMONE (FEMALE) ALDOSTERONE
Pregnenolone improves memory, brain function, as well as spatial perception in men. It supports balanced mood and promotes cognitive health by modulating the transmission of messages between neurons, influencing learning and memory processes. In the adrenal cell, pregnenolone is transformed into cortisol and then transformed into testosterone. Progesterone is a steroid hormone that is commonly produced by the adrenal cortex as well as the gonads, which consist of the ovaries and the testes. Progesterone creates a health uterine lining to support fertilized egg, embryo, and fetus. Progesterone is a building block for many hormones including testosterone, vital in defining male characteristics. It is a steroid hormone that is commonly produced by the adrenal cortex (the outer part of the adrenal gland). Progesterone helps build bone mass, support regulating blood sugar, brain activity, and functions throughout the body for optimal health. SEX HORMONE BINDING (FEMALE) Sex Hormone Binding globulins (SHBG), protein mostly in the liver that that transport estrogen to blood, and regulates their access to target tissues. Compared to men, women naturally have higher levels of SHBG. The aging process, particularly for women, increases SHBG levels, which means younger women tend to be lower.
11. Pregnenolone – Male: Pregnenolone is a hormone that supports cognitive health and memory function in men. It improves brain function, spatial perception, and memory by modulating the transmission of messages between neurons. Pregnenolone is converted into cortisol and testosterone in the adrenal cell, contributing to hormone production and balance.
12. Progesterone – Female: Progesterone is a steroid hormone produced by the adrenal cortex and gonads (ovaries) in females. It plays a crucial role in creating a healthy uterine lining to support the fertilized egg, embryo, and fetus during pregnancy. Progesterone is involved in regulating blood sugar, brain activity, and various functions throughout the body, promoting optimal health.
13. Progesterone – Male: Progesterone, often associated with female reproductive health, is also a building block for many hormones, including testosterone, which is vital for defining male characteristics. In males, the adrenal cortex (outer part of the adrenal gland) is responsible for producing progesterone. It contributes to hormone balance and overall well-being.
14. Sex Hormone Binding – Male: Sex Hormone Binding Globulin (SHBG) is a protein predominantly produced in the liver that transports estrogen in the blood and regulates its access to target tissues. In males, SHBG helps regulate the availability and distribution of sex hormones, including testosterone. Maintaining optimal SHBG levels is important for hormonal balance and overall health.
15. Testosterone Serum – Female: Testosterone, typically associated with male hormones, also plays a crucial role in female health. It contributes to libido, bone density, muscle mass, and overall vitality. Monitoring testosterone serum levels in females can provide insights into hormonal balance and support overall well-being.
16. Testosterone – Male Hypogonadism: Testosterone is a primary male hormone responsible for male characteristics, reproductive health, and overall well-being. In cases of male hypogonadism (low testosterone levels), monitoring testosterone levels becomes essential for diagnosing and managing hormonal imbalances and related symptoms.
17. Luteinizing Hormone – Female: Luteinizing Hormone (LH) is a hormone released by the pituitary gland in females. It plays a vital role in the regulation of the menstrual cycle and the production of estrogen and progesterone. Monitoring LH levels can provide insights into reproductive health and hormonal balance in females.
18. Aldosterone: Aldosterone is a hormone produced by the adrenal glands. It helps regulate blood pressure and electrolyte balance in the body, particularly by influencing sodium and potassium levels. Monitoring aldosterone levels can provide insights into adrenal function and overall health.
ADENOSINE (ATP) FIBRINOGEN ACTIVITY G6PD INSULIN GLUCAGON PROLACTIN (FEMALE)
Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) – produced within the mitochondria and stored in the muscle cells, is the main energy source for intracellular metabolic pathways.
Low ATP levels result in energy deficiency.
Fibrinogen is a type of glycoprotein produced by the liver that helps with blood clotting and circulates in the blood of all vertebrates.
Low fibrinogen levels result in prolonged bleeding and easy bruising especially after an injury or surgery.
Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase-Deficient (G6PD) is an enzyme found in the cells of the body.
Plays a vital role in the prevention of cellular damage from reactive oxygen species (ROS).
HEPATIC FUNCTION TEST (LFT)
Hepatic function test is a blood test that helps find how the liver is functioning (liver disease or liver damage).
IGF-1 IGF-1 (Insulin-like growth factor – it is similar to insulin but also similar to growth hormones.
To make this hormone under control, you would want to make sure you don’t consume any dairy products and avoid consuming excessive amounts of protein.
The pancreas is responsible for producing insulin hormone.
This hormone helps regulate the concentration of glucose (sugar) in the blood.
The pancreas is responsible for producing glucagon hormone.
This hormone helps regulate the concentration of glucose (sugar) in the blood.
In women, Prolactin, a polypeptide hormone that is responsible for lactation, breast development, and