Many people have the ability to cope with the transitions, traumas, and losses that are normal parts of everyone’s lives but it is common to have stages in life where this process is halted and you need help. Genetic factors also heavily influence the prevalence of mood disorders.
Mood Disorders can occur at any age and at any stage of life. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that 1 out of every 10 people in the United States over the age 18 suffers from depression. However many people have milder forms of depression and suffer from fatigue, lack of motivation, insomnia, and mild appetite changes or cravings. These people may go undiagnosed with milder forms of depression and untreated. In addition, due to living in a stressful time, anxiety has become increasingly prevalent in our lives as well as a growing number of children diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
We offer specialized testing to evaluate your neurotransmitter levels which form the foundation in mood, attention and focus disorders. These tests are for both adults and children. We offer additional testing that is associated with children’s ability to learn, focus and excel. If you or your child is suffering from an attention or mood disorder affecting your life, we can offer comprehensive solutions and testing to provide relief and regain your optimal mental health once again.