How Your DNA Influences Your Medications

Optimizing Healthcare With DNA and Genetic Testing

Medication is designed to treat health conditions. Unfortunately, it can also have the opposite effect. If you’ve ever experienced adverse side effects (such as nausea, headaches or inflammation) after taking medication, you’re not alone.

Typically physicians put patients through a process of trial and error until they find a medication that works. The result can be a stressful, time-consuming process that often takes months to find relief. Fortunately, there’s now a better way to optimize treatment plans utilizing ClarityX Pharmacogenetic testing. 

What Is Genetic Testing for Medication Response?

Genetic testing for medications, also known as pharmacogenetics (PGx), examines your genetic profile to find variations that may affect your medication sensitivity. Every DNA molecule hosts genes, which produce enzymes used to metabolize medications. Even a small variation in a gene can affect the function of the resulting enzyme.

Pharmacogenetics generally focuses on the CYP450 enzyme, which is used to metabolize over 70% of FDA approved medications. After you complete the test, you’ll discover the following:

  • Whether a medication is metabolized too slowly (making it ineffective)
  • Whether a medication is metabolized too quickly (causing adverse effects)
  • Whether a medication will interact negatively with other prescribed drugs

 

By learning more about your medication response, your physician can prescribe a more optimal treatment plan and medication protocol based on your genetic profile.  

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ClarityX DNA Test Kit

ClarityX Testing Options

At ClarityX, we offer two genetic testing options: Mindwell and Max Rx. Each is designed to provide valuable insight into your unique genetic profile.

Mindwell Test

Everyone deserves proper mental health treatment — unfortunately, it can be difficult to find the right medication. The Mindwell test covers prescribed drugs used to treat mental health conditions, such as depression, anxiety and ADHD. It reports on the following medication types:

  • Antidepressants
  • Antipsychotics
  • Anxiolytics
  • SSNRI’s and SSRI’s
  • Anti-anxiety
  • Stimulants
  • Mood stabilizers
  • NSAIDs

 

ClarityX can evaluate your medication response to over 90 popular brand names, helping you make the best decision for your health.

Max Rx

The Max Rx test contains everything in ClarityX Mindwell including an additional 16 therapeutic areas. Here are a few of the areas covered:

Here are a few of the areas covered:

  • Endocrinology
  • Cardiovascular
  • Infectious diseases 
  • Neurology
  • Oncology
  • Pulmonology
  • Anticancer
  • Alzheimer’s & Dementia Meds

 

By offering insight on over 16 therapeutic areas of the most prescribed FDA approved medications, the Max Rx test can give you a comprehensive overview of your medications. 

Get Your ClarityX Test Today!

Getting a ClarityX test is easier than ever. All you have to do is complete three simple steps:

  • Request your ClarityX test online
  • Perform a simple cheek swab and send in your sample in the prepaid envelope
  • Receive your results in your patient portal!

 

Once you get your results, you can share them with your doctor and start building a treatment plan that gets you back to being you again. Start optimizing your health by requesting a kit today!

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