Last week’s blog explored boundaries. We discussed the difference between healthy and unhealthy boundaries and how to establish healthy habits. This week, we will continue to discuss your rights as an individual to help you establish healthy parameters when a boundary has been crossed. YOUR RIGHTS Knowing your boundaries means knowing your rights. Here are…
For many people who have struggled with years and years of depression, pain and anxiety, it is hard to keep having hope. Here are 4 strategies to keeping up hope when failure seems to always be at your door
No one wants to be labeled with or struggle with a chronic disease, whether the expression is in body or mind. But the fact is 45%, almost half, the population struggles with a chronic illness. So why is mental illness thought about differently from diabetes, hypertension and many other chronic conditions?
We are inundated with advice and advertisements telling us to plan for the future, and save for retirement. There is certainly truth and validity to this, but it is also necessary to have a life that works for you today. So how do you make a life that works?
You perform routine maintenance on your car, even if everything is running smoothly. Well, the same basic concept applies to those utilizing Ketamine Infusion Therapy to treat debilitating conditions of Depression and/or Chronic Pain.
Traditional medications merely dull pain signals in the brain. Low-dose Ketamine Infusions actually reboots your neurotransmitters. Immediate and sustained relief from chronic pain is possible through a tailored wellness plan that includes Ketamine Infusion Therapy. Here’s how it works.
Why would Ketamine Infusion Therapy work for Depression when my traditional Antidepressants (SSRI/SNRI) don’t? We break it down here in less than 2 minutes. Ketamine has shown tremendous results in helping relieve the symptoms of depression since it’s antidepressant potential was first identified in the 1990’s. Ketamine Infusion Therapy helps treat the symptoms of depression…
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.
If you are among the approximately 25% of the population experiencing severe depression, you are not alone. There is help!