Brain Chemical Testing


Mold Blood Tests

The National Treatment Centers for Environmental Disease is one of the few U.S. Medical facilities that can help your brain chemicals get back online.

Common sense dictated that if people were sick from living, working, or going to school in a particular environment, the answers were going to be in those environments. Our team knew these people in Sick Buildings and indoor water damaged environments were truly sick, but now the challenge was to discover just what was really making them sick? While our colleagues remained intently focusing on just mold and the mold spores, we decided to take a more scientific approach.

We first decided which scientific method we would use to determine what was making people sick in these structures.

Brain Chemicals are powerful chemicals that regulate numerous physical and emotional processes such as mental performance, emotional state, physical energy, and pain response. Imbalances in certain neurotransmitters are associated with most of the prevalent symptoms and conditions seen in practitioner’s offices today, such as:

  • Depressed mood
  • Anxiety
  • Adrenal dysfunction
  • Fatigue
  • Poor sleep
  • Loss of mental focus, or cognitive fog
  • Addiction or dependency
  • Loss of appetite control
  • Compulsive behavior
  • Cravings
  • Low libido
  • Sexual dysfunction

Adrenal hormones, sex hormones, and brain chemicals are functionally interrelated. Changes in sex hormones and adrenal hormones can lead to brain chemical imbalances. In turn, brain chemical imbalances can affect hormone function. Including brain chemicals with hormone panels provides a more comprehensive view of the body’s functional neuroendocrine status, this interrelationship, and the associated factors that may be contributing to symptoms.