Addiction Potential DNA Reports
“We are addicted to our thoughts. We cannot change anything if we cannot change our thinking.”
Addiction Potential Package includes 22 trait reports that provide risk assessments, trait explanations, and recommendations related to 6 different groups of traits, including Alcohol, Smoking, Cannabis, Drugs, and Caffeine. Some studies also suggest genetic factors as well as physiological and environmental parameters in developing gambling dependence. In each report, you will discover which genetic variations contribute to your predisposition and learn about the scientific basis for your assessment.
Addiction Potential DNA Reports are categorized into six groups:
Alcohol dependence is characterized by the inappropriate use of alcohol which can cause impaired control over and preoccupation with drinking. This group of traits makes an assessment of predispositions to alcohol dependence in everyday life. Even though genetic can be a factor, psychological, and social factors also influence dependency on alcohol use.
Nicotine is highly addictive, exposing people to the harmful effects associated with tobacco. In this group of traits, predispositions to nicotine use, as well as other traits such as initiation age, smoking cessation, smoking quantity, and initiation tendency (Ever Regular vs Never Regular) are assessed.
Cannabis is a plant that holds properties that make it desirable to different audiences. Some prefer its relaxing effect while others rather the rush which allows users to experience hallucinations and feelings of disorientation. One’s likelihood to begin consumption of cannabis is related to genetics as much as it may seem like a decision made at the moment.
Gambling is known as an activity associated with the risk of trying to obtain a goal. It is most often attributed to playing a game of chance for winning money. People who gamble are willing to risk something they value with the hope that they will win something that has a greater value. Gambling can stimulate a person’s brain much like alcohol and drugs do, which can ultimately lead to addiction. Certain biological, genetic, and environmental factors can increase one’s likelihood to become addicted, such as mental health disorders, sex, and particular personality characteristics.
Drugs have many adverse effects on the body, including loss of appetite, high blood pressure, delirium or psychosis, as well as developing tolerance and possible addiction starting from the first instance of consumption. This group of traits includes predispositions of how drugs may impact someone's body, including opioid, methadone dose in opioid use, and cocaine dependence. Such drugs are not legal in most places around the world. It holds a lot of properties that are damaging to the body.
This group of traits is looking into questions such as how fast someone can metabolize caffeine, what's low to moderate levels of coffee consumption, etc. Consuming caffeine without moderation can lead to sleep cycle disturbances and, in extreme cases, heart issues. This can severely impact the long-term health of an individual, even if he or she is not dependent or addicted to the substance.
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Addiction Potential Package Traits List
- Alcohol Dependence
- Alcohol Dependence - Age at Onset
- Alcohol and Nicotine Co-dependence
- Alcoholic Chronic Pancreatitis
- Cannabis Dependence
- Cannabis Use - Initiation
- Cocaine Dependence
- Coffee Consumption
- Coffee Consumption - Cups per Day
- Caffeine Consumption
- Caffeine Metabolism Impairment
- Methadone Dose in Opioid Dependence
- Nicotine Glucuronidation
- Nicotine Use
- Opioid Sensitivity
- Smoking Cessations in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
- Smoking Cessation
- Smoking Initiation - Age
- Smoking Initiation - Ever Regular vs Never Regula
- Smoking Quantity - Cigarettes per Day
New DNA Reports
Released on May 2020