The lifestyle that is right for you, has a great influence on the activation of the genetic variants that are analyzed in the Brain genetic test.
A large number of neurological and psychiatric disorders that you suffer in old age are based on genetic variants that can make you particularly susceptible to these diseases. The lifestyle that is right for you could prevent some of it or delay it into older age.
In this test, more than 50 different genes are checked for their variants, especially for diseases that are associated with vascular-related dementias such as arteriosclerosis, thrombosis and stroke. In addition, the Brain gene test also looks at the disposition to develop dementia of the Alzheimer type.
Our Brain gene test also analyzes stress sensitivity and other causes of depression and burnout. Our Brain gene test informs you about the individual tolerance of medications that are often used for these diseases.
This gene test was put together for you by specialists in preventive medicine so that you can find out what you can do to stay healthy for longer. Your doctor will advise you individually and understandably about your results.
The following risks are checked in this gene test:
Vascular and Alzheimer’s dementia, dealing with stress, depression, burnout, addiction, drug tolerance, etc. Antidepressants and neuroleptics.
Your expert in genetic tests
Dr. med. Kira Kubenz, MSc. in preventive medicine, is a private practice doctor in Hamburg and specializes in preventive medicine. As one of the first she completed a Master’s degree at the DIU, Dresden (Dresden International University) in preventive medicine and specialized in genetics. Dr. Kira Kubenz founded the company that operates throughout Europe IhreGene GmbH. As a physician and director she developed genetic tests for many years. She was scientific director of the master’s degree program for preventive medicine at the DIU, Dresden (2012-2015) and also teaches genetics. She is an active member in medical bodies, including as a member of the Executive Board of the German Society of Anti-Aging Medicine (GSAAM).