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How To Match With the Right Mental Health Medicines

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Illustration of a dart hitting a bullseye When it comes to treating mental health conditions, finding the right medication can be a complex and sometimes frustrating process. What works for one person may not be as effective for another. Whether you’re suffering from side effects to ADHD, anxiety, anti-depression, bipolar, and other mental health medicines, or you just aren’t seeing improvement to your symptoms, you may benefit from recent advancements in a powerful tool known as psychiatric pharmacogenomic PGx testing. This high-technology DNA lab test analyzes an individual’s genetic profile to help identify medications that are likely to be more effective and have fewer side effects. View this short 1-minute video to learn how an At-Home Psychiatric Medication Response PGx Test can assist in helping you match to the right mental health medicines.


National Institute of Mental Health URL.

Mayo Clinic: Psychiatric Genomics & Pharmacogenetics Program URL.

Case Studies in Pharmacogenetics URL.

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