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Ketamine therapy is changing the way that people approach chronic pain and depression treatment. However, many people are afraid of this drug’s reputation. Isn’t ketamine a street drug? Is ketamine addictive? Lots of questions might be going through your mind. It is important to understand the differences between therapy and recreational use of this substance. […]
Living with treatment-resistant unipolar major depression can be extremely overwhelming and discouraging. Recently, ketamine and esketamine emerged as new treatment options for unipolar major depression and suicidal ideation. Providers may recommend ketamine or esketamine for depressed patients who have failed to respond to traditional treatments like antidepressant medications and psychotherapy. Ketamine therapy can provoke a […]
If you struggle with stress, then you know mental challenges can create physical pain. Stress can cause all sorts of symptoms, ranging from migraines to stomach aches. But can stress cause back pain? The answer might surprise you. Below, we’ll explain the connection between stress and backaches. We’ll also give you some tips for finding relief.
Supporting a loved one grappling with depression can be incredibly difficult. When someone we’re close to is struggling, it’s natural to want to do everything in our power to help them feel better. In patients diagnosed with treatment-resistant depression (TRD), a provider may recommend ketamine infusion as a viable treatment option. Despite the fact that […]
Depression is the leading cause of disability world-wide. In the United States, about 7.1% of adults experience at least one major depressive episode, and suicide rates have been steadily rising over the past 20 years. Given the recent outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, anxiety levels are at an all-time high, the risk of suicide is […]