- How can I avoid low sodium complications?
- Is there a better way to get my BP under control?
- Can I avoid diabetes due to drugs, how?
- Help! I have random bleeding, can I stop it?
- Genes: SLCO1B1,ADRB1,NEDD4L,CYP2C19
- Do I have genes for heart disease and stroke?
- How can I prevent Blood clotting diseases?
- How can I achieve on Target BP control?
- Plus all of Basic
- Genes: F5,F2,PAI1
Smarter cholesterol control, without muscle pain or fatigue
More than a billion of us in the world have high cholesterol! We end up taking the same drug at the same dose, but many of us don’t benefit from it. To make it worse, many of us also suffer occasional muscle pain or frequent muscle tiredness.
Your genes dictate how much the drug benefits or harms your body. Precision treatment for smart cholesterol control begins by listening to them.
Is your blood thinner making you sicker? Or keeping you healthy?
Medicine is supposed to keep you away from the hospitals, especially the emergency room. Yet the highest number of emergency hospitalizations are due to blood thinners taken at highly unsafe doses. And this in the USA!
The US FDA now advises genetic testing for precision therapy in safely dosing blood thinners. Thinning blood is good for the heart, yet there’s such a thing as too less or too much. Your Genetic code holds this information.
Smarter Blood Pressure control by reading your Genetic code
Did you know that high blood pressure (hypertension) causes the maximum number of heart attacks and strokes every year? Being healthy and having your BP under control makes you naturally more carefree.
Are you already taking half a dozen tablets for hypertension? It’s very likely that only a couple of them are actually doing their job, while the others are unnecessary chemicals, each with it’s plethora of side-effects. To stop having ineffective medication, have your Genetic code read.
Your genes determine if you have cardiac disease or a healthy heart
Some genes make us prone to heart disease, while others protect us from it. Even among the former group, some genes are more dangerous than the others. For example, one of them leads to a 82-fold higher risk of heart disease, while another causes only a 2-fold higher risk.
Deciphering these and other genes that regulate your blood flow and blood clotting systems are helpful in preventing emergencies, while also managing health conditions smarter.