Our Cortisol-Over-Time (COT) test is a screening test that assesses your cortisol levels over the previous three months.
A screening test is a type of test that can provide information on your health but it does not specify the specific cause of your test results. Often your results can be due to a range of factors that need to be considered in the context of your overall health.
Our COT test does not diagnose disease, any other condition or mental illness. Some medications may affect your COT test results. Individuals taking steroid medications, or women who are pregnant, taking oestrogen or oral contraceptives may have increased cortisol levels.
You should read our terms and conditions before testing.
You should always speak to your doctor first before making changes to your lifestyle.