Neurotransmitters Genomic Panel
Billions of neurons exist in the brain, and they all need to work appropriately. These cells share information with other nerve cells through electrical impulses, allowing for thought and communication throughout the body. Neurotransmitters inform many necessary processes like getting your heart to beat, your stomach to digest, or your lungs to breathe. While all neurotransmitters transmit information, they do not all do so in the same manner or with the same intention. Nutrigenomic testing aims to find the neurotransmitter insufficiencies and assist patients with proper treatment protocols for a more balanced life.
How Can Genetic Mutation Testing Help?
SNP testing allows patients and their doctors to understand what’s happening on a genetic and cellular level. Completed in 2012, The 1000 Genomes Project and its accompanying research allowed the scientific community to identify specific gene changes’ physical and functional standpoint.
This project and continuing research have helped scientists and doctors determine which SNPs (mutations) are harmful and not a concern to your health. When a patient has SNP testing, doctors can focus their attention on genetic mutations that can lead to poor health and offer the patient guidance in preventing health problems or creating a protocol to help those with current health problems.
About Our Testing For Neurotransmitters
Our GX Sciences Neurotransmitter Panel consists of 11+ gene variants (SNPs) that have been chosen by our medical experts. These variants play a significant role in the patient’s ability to control or resolve their neurotransmitter syndrome through:
- Production of Dopamine and Serotonin.
- Balance of Glutamate to GABA.
- Breakdown of Dopamine, Norepinephrine, and Epinephrine.
- The efficiency of Reuptake of Serotonin.
- Sensitivity of Serotonin Receptor.
Who Needs This Panel?
- Bipolar Disorder
- Weight Issues
- Hormone and Adrenal Dysfunction
Schedule Nutrigenomic Testing in Hickman, NE
At Bella Wellness & Aesthetics, you’ll find qualified experts with years of training in Nutrigenomic Testing treatments. Connect with us in Hickman, NE, by filling out and submitting the form below, or call us at (402) 204-5709. We look forward to hearing from you!