Improve Your Body, Health, and Immunity with Your Own DNA.
The studies performed on this genetic trait are highly reliable. There is a strong statistical significance between these genetic markers and the results in your report.
Several studies were conducted on these traits and they are deemed to be statistically significant in terms of frequency, however, more research is needed for the existing results to be deemed conclusive.
These traits are based on suggestive research, wherein only small population sizes and descriptive statistics were used to prove the studies' hypotheses.
How kind, warm, and empathetic you tend to be.
Impulse control and a goal-oriented nature.
Do new experiences invigorate you?
Tendency to seek out excitement.
Anxiety, frustration, and fear.
A serious medical condition affecting your mood and cognition.
How being alone affects you.
How quickly you bounce back.
Your ability to wait for greater rewards in the future.
Not all risks are bad!
Are you a morning person?
How rejection affects you.
How easily are you hypnotized?
Fast, thoughtless actions.
Fear of pain can sometimes hold you back.
Joy, happiness, and alertness.
How likely you are to get help when you need it.
Internal positivity in the face of external negativity.
Negative, harmful behaviors.
Everybody's working for the weekend.
Avoiding harm can (ironically) be quite painful.
The house always wins.
What did you say?
Are numbers built into your DNA?
Genetic intelligence and cognitive skills.
How well you remember?
Do you have the "Mozart" gene?
How easily do you respond to stimuli?
Controlling automatic or unwanted responses.
Your DNA's impact on your education.
How fast is your brain?
New ideas and possibilities.