Discouraged About Finding Anxiety Help? Try Genomics

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Women asking for help

Jessica felt helpless, hopeless and alone, but she was a fighter.

She had just turned 18, was realizing her dream of living in the big city, but struggled with worsening anxiety. Her life was falling apart-- she couldn’t sleep, was having panic attacks, was exhausted and not eating well, couldn’t focus in school and felt lost. How could this be happening to me?

Jessica sought help from a psychiatrist, but soon found herself in the hospital suffering from serious medical, mental and emotional side effects from the multiple prescribed medications. It took weeks to detox from those meds, forcing her to drop out of school.

Determined never to be in this kind of situation again, Jessica vowed to find other ways to manage her anxiety.

That's when she came to me and learned the power of working with her DNA, rather than against it.

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