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In: SLC6A4

COVID “Wear and Tear” – Six Genes – Sixteen Solutions

Allostatic Load and Overload: A Chronic, Caustic, Coronavirus Bully and Human Evolution

Could Eye Movements Fight Pandemic PTSD in Orchids?

EMDR is an incredible therapeutic technique that has shown strong results in our practice, and when paired with the precision of genetic testing it can transform your mindset.

Fighting Off that Massive Invisible Bully: Coronavirus, PTSD, and the COMT gene in Kids

The coronavirus continues to “bully” children around the globe with no end in sight. Learn how some children with a gene known as COMT Met/Met are more vulnerable to developing PTSD as a result of this kind of trauma, and how genetic testing and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy can help.

The Match of the Century: You vs. the Coronavirus

If your quarantine response seems like a puzzle you just can’t solve, your DNA may just hold the key to understanding.

Eat Veggies as COVID Comfort Food? Are You Serious?!

Learn why your mental health, your gut health, and your overall wellbeing will be far better served in the long term if you reach for some healthier options instead.

Your Mighty Moody Microbiome – Part 18
Can an “Orchid’s” IBS be Solved by a Genetic Test and Happier Gut Bugs?

How your genes might be predisposing you to gut dysbiosis—and those “I think I’m gonna be sick” reactions—and what you can do to bring your body back into balance!

The DNA of Emotional Health – Part 7
OCD: A Soul Possessed by Satanic Firefights

Nobody should be stuck inside their nightmarish inner worlds forever. Genetic testing can provide a way out, and a roadmap for the journey back into the light.

The DNA of Emotional Health – Part 6
Fatty Arteries Make Skinny, Shrinking Brains

One of the greatest sources of regret stems from arriving at a crucial, life-changing understanding when it’s too late to do anything about it.

The DNA of Emotional Health – Part 4
Should “an Orchid” become “a Dandelion”?

Biohacking Your Orchid Genes SLC6A4, COMT, and OXTR. Maintain your beautiful orchid personality and develop the resiliency of a dandelion.