This hormone type quiz analyzes your endocrine system to determine your type and imbalanced hormones. It will find any issues you may have with 20 questions.
Hormone Type Quiz Explained.
It’s a series of health questions to expose any hormone disparity in your body.
Hormone imbalance occurs when the endocrine fails to produce enough hormones or overproduces certain types.
The current quiz examines the symptoms in your diet, sleep patterns, and daily routine to unveil possible hormonal malfunctions.
Discover Your Metabolic Renewal Hormone Type.
Your metabolic renewal type is the hormonal balance in relation to your menstrual cycle.
For example, during pre-menopause, your metabolic renewal is “Estrogen Fluctuating, Progesterone Deficient.”
The quiz has specific questions about your period that identify your cycle and type accordingly.
Here are the 7 metabolic renewal types:
- Estrogen and progesterone balanced.
- Estrogen dominant.
- Progesterone deficient.
- Estrogen and progesterone deficient.
- Estrogen fluctuating, estrogen deficient. (During pre-menopause).
- Estrogen and progesterone deficient. (During menopause).
- Estrogen and progesterone deficient. (Post-menopause)
Improve Your Lifestyle Based on Your Type.
The results include clinical advice from doctors and nutritionists.
You may be chronically tired, moody, or irritable for no apparent reason. But with the hormone quiz, you get to know the hidden causes behind your symptoms and care for your health correspondingly.
How to Know Which Hormone Type You Are.
By analyzing the unique symptoms, you can identify which hormone type is imbalanced in your body.
|Hormone Type||Inadequacy Symptom|
|Testosterone||High or low libido|
Use the following guides to spot the signs:
Estrogen dominance is a common hormonal issue. People with this deficiency experience heavy periods and PMS, headaches, declined libido, inflating, moodiness, chronic tiredness, depression, breast sensitivity, and sudden weight gain.
High or low levels of testosterone cause irregularity.
Excessive testosterone is associated with acne, aggression, body hair, headaches, heart or liver problems, imbalanced blood pressure, high libido, and increased appetite.
However, low testosterone causes decreased sexual drive, erectile malfunction, loss of body hair, fatigue, and obesity.
According to Mayoclinic, thyroid hormone imbalance causes fatigue, constipation, hoarseness, dry skin, muscle weakness, puffy face, weight gain, and sensitivity to cold.
People with imbalanced cortisol hormone type experience high blood sugar (diabetes), muscle weakness in arms and thighs, face and belly weight gain, and purple marks around the stomach.
When insulin is out of balance, you should expect thirst, hunger, frequent urination, tangling sensations on different body parts, chronic tiredness, abnormal infections, and high blood sugar.
This Hormone Type Quiz Is Gender-Inclusive.
Unfortunately, most online quizzes are female-exclusive. However, hormone imbalance is something all genders might experience.
The good news is that our hormone type quiz is gender-inclusive, and you can take it regardless of biological sex.
Ready to Get a FREE Analysis?
Answer 20 simple questions to discover what hormone type you are.
The test is 100% free, and you’ll not hit a paywall at the end. Plus, we do not require your email address to reveal the results.
We also recommend taking the metabolic test next. It examines your metabolism, which might be affecting your current hormone type.
The hormone-type quiz is not a clinical diagnosis. Do not attempt self-prescription based on the results.
How to Play?
Playing personality quizzes is straightforward: Choose the option that’s true about you—or you relate to—and select “Next.” Unlike trivia quizzes, personality tests have no right or wrong answers. But the questions are in forced-choice format. The point is to push you to choose an option that makes the most sense, not the one that’s 100% true. For the most accurate results, don’t overthink your responses. Go with options that you “feel” are the best.
Questions of the quiz
- Question 1
Have you experienced an unexplained weight gain or loss?
No, my weight has been stable.
I’ve experienced central obesity (belly weight gain).
I’ve experienced increased fat mass.
I’ve gained weight because of sweet and fatty foods.
I’ve gained a few pounds without changing my diet.
I’ve lost a few pounds for no apparent reason.
I’ve gone through a significant weight loss.
- Question 2
Do you constantly feel tired?
No, my energy level is stable.
I’m often sluggish.
I don’t have the energy that I used to.
My energy level has surged a little bit.
I feel fatigued and foggy most of the time.
My energy level has suddenly dropped.
My energy level has suddenly increased.
- Question 3
Which one describes your energy level right after waking up?
- Question 4
How often do you use the bathroom during the day?
3 times or less
10 times or more
I don’t know. It constantly changes.
- Question 5
Have you been anxious or depressed lately for no apparent reason?
No, I haven’t been anxious or depressed.
Yes, I’ve been anxious.
Yes, I’ve been feeling depressed.
I’ve been feeling anxious more than I used to.
I’ve always been anxious for as long as I can remember.
I’ve been experiencing panic attacks.
I have been struggling with an anxiety disorder.
- Question 6
Which one describes your mood?
- Question 7
How would you describe your libido (sexual desire)?
My libido seems to be expected.
My sex drive is slightly decreased.
My sex drive is significantly decreased.
My libido used to be higher.
My libido has always been low.
I’m not sure.
My libido has increased significantly.
- Question 8
Where do you gain weight first?
My gained weight is equally distributed.
I gain weight around the belly, butt, thighs, and hips.
I gain weight around the belly.
Around arms and thighs.
Around legs and butt.
I’m not sure.
I’ve been losing weight.
- Question 9
Fill in the blank. My periods are ________.
Longer than usual.
I’m a male (or I don’t get periods).
- Question 10
How many meals do you have per day?
6 or more
It changes frequently.
- Question 11
Which type of foods do you often crave?
I haven’t been craving any specific foods.
Sweet, fatty, and salty foods.
Sugary foods and drinks.
Meats and protein-rich foods.
- Question 12
Which one do you struggle with?
I haven’t been struggling with any specific problems.
Anxiety and depression.
Lack of focus.
Skin that bruises quickly.
- Question 13
Do you feel like your muscles are weak?
Yes, my whole body is slightly weaker.
Yes, my arms are weak.
Yes, my legs and thighs are weak.
Yes, my fingers feel numb and weak.
Yes, my whole body is significantly weaker.
No, I feel like I’m stronger.
- Question 14
How much sleep do you get per night?
2 hours or less.
9 hours or more.
- Question 15
Which one is true about your skin condition?
Clear and glowing.
Dry with dark patches.
My skin has rashes.
My skin is full of acne.
- Question 16
On a scale of 0 to 5, how aggressive are you?
It’s more than 5!
- Question 17
How often do you have headaches?
Once in a while
More frequently than I used to.
Almost every day.
A few times per week.
A couple of times per day.
- Question 18
Has your appetite increased or decreased lately?
My appetite hasn’t changed.
My appetite has decreased.
My appetite has slightly increased.
My appetite has significantly increased.
I feel like I’m hungry all the time.
My appetite has been curbed.
I crave more meat and protein-rich foods.
- Question 19
Are any parts of your body sensitive for no apparent reason?
Yes, my nipples
Yes, my chest
Yes, my skin.
Yes, my fingers.
Yes, my feet.
Yes, around my genitals.
- Question 20
Final question: which one’s true about your body hair?
My body hair is normal.
My body hair growth has slightly increased.
My body hair growth has significantly decreased.
My body hair growth used to be slower.
My body hair has become thicker.
I’ve been experiencing hair loss.
I’m experiencing dark, coarse hair growth on the face, chin, chest, abdomen, and back.