I have been following a couple of the Biosignature Threads in the T-Cell and I have a question. Now, it occurs to me that hormones fluctuate at different times of the day.
I see that one of the recommendations for high cortisol is phosphatidyl serine.
I happen to know from a neurotransmitter test that I had done that my cortisol is high around bed-time. This sometimes causes me to have sleep problems. However, when I started taking cortisol (I would take it in the afternoon), I started feeling “flat”, as if my cortisol was too low.
Now, I am assuming that this “flatness” was due to low cortisol, lowered by the Phosphatidyl serine. My point is that I wonder what the Biosignature test indicates, since hormones, I believe, can vary greatly according to the time of day.