It is normal to have days when you are not at your best. But when days turn into weeks, or months, that is not normal. That is depression.
The evaluation of our data has shown that Ketamine is a very safe medication when administered in a proper setting with very few medication interactions.
What can you do if you are struggling with the “double whammy” of chronic illness and depression? Here are a few tips…
One of the known temporary side-effects of Ketamine infusion therapy is “dissociation”. Learn more about dissociation here…
Some things about aging are true. Our bodies and metabolism slow down. Our energy levels and our ability to handle stress diminish with each decade. We lose physical strength. Careers end. But depression doesn’t have to happen.
How many people do you know who are being treated for “mental health issues”? Can you guess? The answer may surprise you.
If you are among the approximately 25% of the population experiencing severe depression, you are not alone. There is help!
The teen years can be challenging for any family, but for those kids who are struggling with anxiety disorders, things can be rough for everyone involved.
Hypnotherapy helps reprogram and allow positive change to occur at the subconscious level which can benefit those undergoing Ketamine treatment.
For many, summer is a time for a vacation. For people who suffer from pain, depression, or a host of chronic difficulties, summer may not provide any break.