Anxiety and Depression Testing for Estrogen Dominance and Developmental Delays
Determine if copper, zinc, and ceruloplasmin imbalances play a role in anxiety, depression, or developmental delays by utilizing our specialized testing. These tests can be particularly helpful for individuals with estrogen dominance or parents of children with autism and other developmental disorders.
The Importance of Nutrient Balance in Mental Health
Our bodies require a delicate balance of nutrients to function optimally, including the intricate processes related to mental health. Copper and zinc, in particular, play a crucial role in neurological function. Imbalances in these minerals can lead to symptoms such as anxiety, depression, and developmental delays in children.
Estrogen dominance can contribute to copper overload in the body, which may exacerbate anxiety and depression symptoms. This can be especially relevant for women using birth control pills, IUDs, or those with a genetic predisposition for elevated copper levels. Understanding and addressing copper-zinc imbalances may offer relief for individuals struggling with anxiety and depression due to estrogen dominance.
Children with autism or other developmental delays may also be affected by copper, zinc, and ceruloplasmin imbalances. Identifying and correcting these imbalances through targeted nutrient therapy can play a significant role in improving symptoms and overall well-being in affected children.
Benefits of Anxiety and Depression Testing
By evaluating copper, zinc, and ceruloplasmin levels, we can provide personalized nutrient therapy recommendations for those struggling with anxiety, depression, or developmental delays. This tailored approach aims to address the underlying imbalances contributing to these conditions and improve overall mental health.
How to Get Started with Testing and Consultation
To begin the process, order the test panel to assess copper, zinc, and ceruloplasmin levels. After receiving the test results, you may schedule a 10 or 20-minute phone consultation with our experienced physician to discuss the results and determine the most appropriate treatment approach. If you prefer, you can also schedule a free 'pre-consultation' with the doctor before taking the test to ensure it is a good fit for your specific health concerns.