Emotional-Cognitive Health Panel

Evaluates genes impacting depression, anxiety, addiction, stress response, sleep, cognition, Alzheimer’s disease and more.

Neurotransmitter imbalances, response to stress, trauma, and adequate sleep are areas commonly affecting emotional health today. Alzheimer’s disease and recovery from brain injury are example of common cognitive dysfunctions that impact quality of life. This extensive panel, with gender-specific reports based on 84 gene and 274 variants, addresses: addiction, HPA axis and stress response, traumatic brain injury, nutrient utilization, eating behaviours, sleep dysfunction, inflammation, thyroid disease, neuropeptides, depression/anxiety, neuroplasticity, circadian rhythm, neurocognitive functioning.