How do you go about establishing healthy habits and routines? Try this AM routine. Practice it daily to build a “healthy habit” and positive start to your day.
Has your ketamine therapy left you with questions? Do you wonder what is next for you? Many questions can arise during the process of your stabilization ketamine infusions and beyond. Our expert Health and Wellness Coordinator is ready to work with you every step of the way!
Do you find yourself unable to sleep or waking up tired, frequently yawning, or with an overwhelming desire to nap. Here are some simple steps you can take to help you sleep better.
Mental wellness is vital to living a healthy and balanced lifestyle. We’ve compiled a list of self-help tips to help manage OCD symptoms.
Overall spending on mental health treatment reached $225 billion in 2019 and that doesn’t include additional indirect costs caused by mental health challenges and depression. Simply accessing mental health care can be prohibitively expensive and usually far exceeds other health costs.
There has been recent evidence that meditation may help decrease depression symptoms when used as part of a whole-body treatment plan.
Depression can re-wire the structure and function of the brain creating unhealthy patterns and pathways. Research shows innovative ketamine infusion treatment for depression can rapidly halt and reverse the damage and reconfigure sustained antidepressant effects.
If you have ever experienced depression, chances are that you have been given advice by well-meaning friends, family members, and the world at large to focus on positive thinking.
Hypnotherapy helps reprogram and allow positive change to occur at the subconscious level which can benefit those undergoing Ketamine treatment.
While belonging to the LGBTQ+ community can be a source of strength, it also brings unique challenges. Members of this community are at a higher risk for experiencing mental wellness conditions — especially depression, anxiety, and suicidality. Many in the LGBTQ+ community face discrimination, prejudice, denial of civil and human rights, harassment, and family rejection, any of which can lead to new or worsened symptoms.