Questions About Genes and ADHD/ADD
MyHappyGenes is dedicated to helping individuals achieve healthy outcomes through knowledge and Genetics. By understanding your DNA you can better understand your health outcomes. Here are a couple of articles we have written on that subject.
Researchers point to genetics and heredity as causes of ADD or ADHD and the investigation continues as to whether or not certain genes, especially ones linked to the neurotransmitter dopamine, may play a role in developing attention deficit disorder. Are you one of these people? If yes, what can you do about it?
Repairing DNA with Methylation
Methylation – The search for what exactly helps the body make glutathione leads back to the biochemistry textbooks that physicians’ study in graduate school. The methylation pathway, called the methylation cycle, did not receive much attention in the past. In chiropractic school, teachers put a lot of emphasis on a pathway called the Krebs cycle, but I don’t even remember talking about the methylation cycle.