Emotional and cognitive health mean different things to women and men, and involves complex interaction between our genes and our environment. Neurotransmitter imbalances, mood disorders, response to stress, trauma, cognitive function, and adequate sleep are some of the areas commonly affecting emotional health. Alzheimer’s disease and recovery from traumatic brain injury are cognitive dysfunctions that significantly impact quality of life. This extensive panel provides gender-specific information based on 81 gene and 242 variant interpretations, to provide important insights into developing personalized nutrigenomic strategies that address many of the areas involved in emotional and cognitive health. These include:
Addiction, Anxiety, Depression, Neurocognitive Functioning, Alzheimer’s Disease, HPA Axis & Stress Response, Neuroplasticity, Neuropeptides, Traumatic Brain Injury, Circadian Rhythm & Sleep Dysfunction, Nutrient Utilization, Oxidative Stress & Inflammation.