When MTHFR gene mutations this causes a reduction in the ability to produce methylene-tetrahydrofolate reductase. MTHFR which is an enzyme needed for many different important processes in the body. When you have a reduced ability to produce methylene-tetrahydrofolate reductase or MTHFR. Similarly, you can have symptoms of MTHFR. That can also lead to conditions associated with a lack of methylation.
It’s important to identify any family history of any of the following MTHFR conditions. Equally important being a possible indication/s of having MTHFR gene mutations and getting tested for MTHFR gene mutations here.
Conditions associated to MTHFR gene mutations
ADD (attention deficit disorder)
ADHD (Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder)
Alcohol withdrawal seizure
Cardiovascular disease: thromboembolism, atherosclerosis and myocardial infarction
Chronic fatigue syndrome
Chronic viral infection
Congenital heart defects
Dementia and memory loss
HPV (Human papillomavirus)
Increased breast cancer risk (women >55 years of age)
MS (Multiple Sclerosis)
Neural tube and other birth defects
PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome)
Reduced lean body mass and increased body fat
Symptoms of MTHFR gene mutation & prevention of conditions
Conditions associated with MTHFR gene mutations can often be prevented by identifying with the symptoms of mthfr. If you have any of the symptoms and or the conditions. Moreover, have a family history of any of these health problems. It is important that you get tested for the MTHFR gene mutations. Early detection followed by treatments for MTHFR can help prevent the above conditions. So it is important to take action.
Treatments for MTHFR conditions
Treatments for MTHFR conditions are vitally important. Similarly, there are many ways. Professional MTHFR practitioner can help reduce risks and improve symptoms. If you have been diagnosed with the MTHFR gene mutation/s. contact one of our professional mthfr practitioners to find out how we can best help you.
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