Mental Health Test - Online

 
 
 

The way mental health affects you may be different to the way mental health affects someone else, but the underlying pathology is the same. If one or more of your neurotransmitters (brain chemicals) are out of balance you are more likely to suffer from some form of mental illness.

What does the Mental Health Test tell me?

The Mental Health Test is a urine test that accurately measures levels of serotonin, dopamine, GABA, glutamic acid (glutamate), noradrenaline and adrenaline. Identifying any imbalances in these neurotransmitters allows for an effective treatment plan to be adopted.

Is the Mental Health Test for me?

Good question. There are many signs and symptoms of mental health and below is a list of some more common ailments. If you feel that you are suffering from one or more of these symptoms of mental health, then the Mental Health Test will benefit you greatly. A correct diagnosis of neurotransmitter imbalances, which is acheived with the Mental Health Test makes treatment more specific for you. 

   ADD/ADHD    Neurological disorders
   Addictions    Panic attacks
   Aggression    Parkinson's disease
   Alcoholism    Post natal depression
   Alzheimer’s disease    Psychiatric disorders
   Anxiety    Sadness
   Autism    Sexual offenders
   Bi-polar disorders    Schizophrenia
   Delusions    Suicidal tendencies
   Depression    Tourette's syndrome
   Eating disorders
   Violent behaviour
   Mental disability in children
   

    What is involved in the Mental Health Test?

    The Mental Health Test is a simple non-invasive test requiring a morning urine sample, which is sent away to pathology for analysis.

    How much does the Mental Health Test cost?

    The Mental Health Test includes a full set of instructions and all equipment to provide a urine sample for testing. Return express post of the Mental Health Test is including to our testing laboratory (Australian residence only)

    Online Mental Health Test Kit: $298.95 plus postage.


     

     
    For more information

    Please refer to our Diseases and Conditions section on mental health.


    'Mental illness is nothing to be ashamed of, but stigma and bias shame us all.' 

    Bill Clinton, 42nd US President