For so long, we have been under the heavy blanket of pain, depression, anxiety, or PTSD. Some of us can’t remember what it feels like to be “normal.” Since our ketamine infusions, things have changed; the blanket has been lifted! Ketamine therapy is working, so now what?
Pumpkin-spiced everything is upon us! It’s hard to believe the holidays are right around the corner. Over the last 11 years, I have had the opportunity to share some announcements as Ketamine Wellness Centers grew and changed. Once again I have the privilege to announce one of our biggest changes to date.
Ketamine is one of the most widely used and safest anesthetics in the world according to the World Health Organization who list it as an essential medicine. Researchers at Yale have been studying low-dose ketamine since 2000 in controlled clinic settings for patients with severe depressions unresponsive to other antidepressants.
And just like that, Fall is here. As we transition from long hot days to shorter cooler days, some people may find themselves feeling more anxious and depressed. Lower levels of serotonin from the reduction of exposure to sunlight can be one of the causes.
Ketamine can provide rapid and remarkable benefits which can be sustained with periodic maintenance infusions plus a comprehensive treatment plan. That’s where Facilitated Treatment Support comes in. We talked with expert Health & Wellness Coordinator Kayla Camp to help demystify treatment support and answer real questions from real patients.
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.
Ketamine Wellness Centers is growing every day as we help even more patients in need! July saw us relocate our corporate headquarters to a new Mesa location creating much-needed space for our support teams as we extend care into more states.
Nothing is more important to us than you. Expert ketamine therapy means total focus on the individual needs and comfort of our patients for the absolute best experience.
The percentage of adults taking prescription medication or receiving mental health counseling had risen to twenty-five percent by December 2020– an alarming upward trend that gets even steeper among young adults. The proportion of mental health-related visits to the ER for children ages 12–17 years increased by 31% in 2020.
By Lisha Gandhi MSN, FNP-C Clinical Administrator, Ketamine Wellness Centers, Houston Anxiety and depression are hitting Texans harder than the already high national average according to the Kaiser Family Foundation. Perhaps that’s not surprising. Lockdowns, the pandemic, political turbulence, racial tension, historic storms, power grid failures. In 12 months, Texans have been pummeled over and…