Ketamine Infusion Therapy and Depression
A quick and effective way to overcome depression
Everyone has felt sad or depressed at some point of their life. Feeling depressed can be a normal reaction to losing someone we love, life’s on going obstacles, or unfortunate events which cause emotional damage and low self-esteem.
But if you’re continuously feeling sad, helpless, hopeless, and useless and these
negative emotions are taking over your life making it incapable to function normally, your depression may be something more than unhappiness. It may very well be clinical depression. Depression is a medical illness, not a sign of weakness. And it’s a treatable condition.
Unfortunately, most people with depression do not seek treatment, although the majority of people suffering from depression can be helped by Ketamine Infusion Therapy.
Ketamine Infusion Therapy
Whether your depression is caused by major depressive disorders, post-partum depression, bi-polar depression or severe anxiety, Ketamine Infusion Therapy is an effective treatment that could get your depression under control.
When a patient has not responding to in-patient therapy, medicine, or other forms of treatment, Ketamine infusions should be considered as a treatment for depression.
Ketamine infusion therapy can successfully treat post-traumatic stress and subsequent depression.
Ketamine Infusion Therapy works well for…
- Major depressive disorders
- Severe depression
- Immediate mood stabilization
- Post-partum depression
- Bi-polar depression
- Severe anxiety
- Post-traumatic stress
- Consequent depression
Ketamine Infusion Therapy DOES NOT work well for…
- Mild Depression
- Situational Depression
- Mood Swings
What are the benefits of using Ketamine Infusion Therapy for Depression?
In the last 20 years, Ketamine Infusion Therapy has gradually been used more in various non-traditional ways. Treating depression is one of the ways Ketamine Infusion Therapy is being used in the medical community.
In the last decade, a great deal of clinical research has been conducted by leading institutions all over the world proving IV (intravenous) ketamine’s efficacy in the treatment of these conditions; regularly reporting a 70% success rate or higher. Yale University, The National Institute of Mental Health, Massachusetts General Hospital, and The Black Dog Institute are just a few of those institutions.