Addiction Screening Test

Addictions are the disorder which is related to use of substances such as alcohol or heroine or milder stimulants, such as caffeine or nicotine. People with this disorder have distorted thinking, behavior and body functions. Changes in the neurological features cause people to have intense cravings for the drug and make it hard to stop using the drug. Studies also show changes in the areas of the brain that relate to judgment, decision making, learning, memory and behavior control.

Your family history recommends that your risk of becoming addicted to the addictive substances depends on your genetic makeup. This report gives you the finding of the biological basis for this risk which is an important approach to make an effort to solve the problem of addiction.


At Genique, we examine a total number of 35 markers (SNP & Short Indels) in 28 genes for 8 traits such as alcohol, Caffeine, Cocaine, Heroin, Marijuana(weed), Methamphetamine, Nicotine and opioids.