Carefully fill in the form below to automatically calculate optimal values for your salvia test based on patient experience.
These are approximate numbers to give you a ballpark idea of what to aim for. There will be some individual variability. For example a morning calculated at 9.5; the results of 9.4, 9.3 and maybe 9.2 could also be optimal for some.
Other than the night, which is often at the very bottom of the range, this isn’t about ridgid numbers, this is to give you an idea of what patients aim for.
This is based on information gathered by Stop The Thyroid Madness.
11 Replies to “Optimal Saliva Test Results Calculator”
Is this low end of normal morning hence want to sleep all day
Slight Hugh at night 8pm hence sleeping tablets to sleep at night
In the morning patients look for the results to be at the very top of the range.
I don’t see a question here?
What if your morning number is low, then afternoon spikes and declines from there?
Are you talking about afternoon and night being high?
Isn’t this just giving an average of standard range?
This can be done by eye from results chart.
No, this is nothing to do with an average or standard range. This is about where we sit in any given range. You can easily do this math with any calculator, but having more exact numbers seems to help many people.
Hi, I wanted to make sure I understood and was utilizing this calculator in the correct manor. Example for morning I put in the range from my ZRT test which they are using the range of and the resulting value the calculator gives me is what I want to see my cortisol test at to be optimal, correct? TIA
Hi, I wanted to make sure I understood and was utilizing this calculator in the correct manor. Example for morning I put in the range from my ZRT test which they are using the range of 3.7 – 9.5 and the resulting value the calculator gives me is what I want to see my cortisol test at to be optimal, correct? TIA
Yes, so near 9.5 is what people look for in the morning for example.