A study at Columbia University proposed that Ketamine could be beneficial in preventing or reducing PTSD symptoms when used prior to a traumatic experience.
Having a vacation at the beach or the mountains is a wonderful opportunity, but having the time and resources to make it happen doesn’t always occur. So how can you get away without actually getting away?
People who suffer from PTSD require coping strategies that address the difficulties in multiple ways. One way to think about this is MBS – Mind, Body and Spirit.
So you’ve decided to try Ketamine treatment to help your depression. Congratulations on taking that life changing step. So what should you expect?
I have been given a second chance at life, along with new opportunities to seek happiness. I am so grateful to this treatment and the knowledgeable staff that has been supportive through this amazing transition.
After years of searching for depression and pain treatment options, thank you to Ketamine Wellness Centers and the entire staff. They saved my life! I am back living and back to being a competitive athlete. Ketamine is life saving!