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  • #31
    Would probably need to see an endocrinologist as contributions of cortisol are regulated by the HPA axis and making any changes with regards to neuroendocrinology gets tricky. That said salivary cortisol can be easily measured and checked by a primary care physician. Normal values vary (3.2-15.2 n/mol/L) and some research is mixed about whether values change upon awakening (see wust, wolf, hellhammer 2000)

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      It indeed was very interesting to see "involuntary" action patterns.
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