More than 2.3 million Americans are known to have bipolar disorder. Some studies say the number is closer to 8.2 million.  Are you one of them?

Maybe you have symptoms of bipolar disorder and believe you have the right diagnosis because you’ve consulted a trained physician.  Perhaps you’re bipolar symptomatic, but haven’t yet sought treatment or have yet to acquire an accurate diagnosis.

You have the right to go further. You have the right to test your own genetic makeup for bipolar disorder. And now you have the ability.

There are many factors that can cause a person to develop bipolar disorder, including the existence and interactions of several genes or mutations. Genes explain about 50-70 percent of what causes bipolar disorder.  Stress, injury, environment and other factors also play a role.

Testing your DNA with Psynomics can help indicate whether you are genetically more likely to develop bipolar disorder.  If the Psynomics DNA test is positive, you can immediately seek proper treatment.

If the test is negative, you may still have bipolar disorder resulting from other factors.  But you have eliminated one of the possible causes of bipolar disorder and advanced your search for an accurate diagnosis and treatment.

Remember that genes don’t dictate destiny.  Having the gene doesn’t mean you have the disease.  But genetic testing with Psynomics will tell you more about yourself and your likelihood of developing bipolar disorder.

You know how you feel. If you think you might have bipolar disorder, test with Psynomics and get the peace of mind that comes from having done all that you can to manage your health.