Labs allow our medical staff to truly get to the bottom of why mental health symptoms such as anxiety, depression or psychosis are occurring. Labs additionally may allow us to discover the pathology of an addictive biochemistry. Through comprehensive testing, we are able to design the most effective personalized treatment for each resident.
Testing of this order is what most people hoped for when they began having issues.
The reason for the toxicity testing is that toxins can be large contributors to mental health troubles, anxiety, depression and problems of addiction.
Most toxins including heavy metals, stockpile themselves in the tissues including brain and neurons, cell membranes and organs. In order to achieve a clear picture of the body’s toxic burden, we challenge the body to release them. After the challenge is employed using exact procedural steps, we then collect the urine.
Toxic metals battle in the body with essential minerals and lead to a breakdown of the physiological systems, for instance the immune and endocrine systems, resulting in systemic problems. Removing these toxins can considerably contribute to recovering health on many levels. Also deficiency in nutrient elements can be noted, such as zinc, copper, magnesium, chromium, and selenium. These are all required cofactors for several hundreds of vital enzymes and are additionally important for regulating functions of vitamins. Deficiencies in minerals is especially important to discover as these may contribute to many, if not most, health problems.
Our lab testing is not limited to, but includes:
Find out what’s poisoning YOU!
Most toxins, heavy metals included, store themselves in the tissues. Stored toxins do circulate in the blood or urine in larger amounts that can indicate a problem. To get a clear picture of the body burden, we “challenge” body. This challenge is done by giving the body what would be required to remove the toxins, and THEN collecting the urine. This is a highly elaborate test.
Toxic metals compete in the body heavily with essential minerals and cause a breakdown of physiological systems including endocrine, mental health, immune disorders and systemic issues. Their removal can greatly contribute to re-establishing health. Nutrient elements including zinc, magnesium, copper, selenium, and chromium are mandatory co-factors for several hundreds of essential enzymes and are also important for the regular functions of vitamins. Mineral deficiencies can contribute to many if not most health problems.