What Does It Feel Like to Have Anxiety? Understanding the Emotional and Physical Impact 

Are you wondering, “Do I have anxiety?” “What are the signs of anxiety?” or “What does anxiety feel like?” Learn more about what living with anxiety feels like and the mental and physical symptoms those living with anxiety may experience. Fast Facts: What is Anxiety? Is Anxiety Different From Stress? Some feelings of anxiety from … Read more

Studies Show TMS is an Effective Treatment for PTSD

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, or TMS, is a unique mental health treatment that often used to treat depression — especially cases of depression that are resistant other forms of treatment. During TMS, electromagnetic waves are transmitted through the scalp and into the cortex. This stimulates neurons in targeted areas of the brain non-invasively. The majority of … Read more

Does Cigna Cover TMS Therapy?

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS Therapy) is a non-invasive procedure that uses magnetic pulses to stimulate neurons in the brain to improve symptoms of depression, anxiety, OCD, and PTSD. TMS is generally offered as an option to patients after they have tried one or two antidepressant medications without any clinical benefit. At the time of writing … Read more

What is Pure O and How is it Different From OCD?

You’ve probably heard the term “Pure O” before, but aren’t exactly sure what Pure O is or how it is different from OCD. The two disorders are similar, but they have different symptoms and manifestations, so it’s important to understand both. Primarily Obsessional OCD, or Pure O OCD, is a less recognized subtype of obsessive-compulsive … Read more

Choosing Between TMS Therapy and Ketamine? Here’s What You Should Know

Treating depression can be as challenging as living with it. For some individuals, an antidepressant medication helps them manage their symptoms without significant side effects. However, for others, these medications are not enough to treat mental health conditions that are often resistant to conventional treatments. Different people respond differently to various types of depression or … Read more

Dentophobia: How to Cope with a Fear of Dentists

Having anxiety around going to the dentist is extremely common; hardly anyone finds going to the dentist exciting or comfortable. Some people struggle with a more severe fear around going to the dentist — this is known as dentophobia, or odontophobia. Related to iatrophobia (a fear of doctors) and trypanophobia (a fear of needles), dentophobia is common … Read more

Ketamine: New Promising Anxiety Treatment

It’s not uncommon to experience anxiety. The Anxiety and Depression Association of America reports that 6.8 million adults in the US are affected by generalized anxiety disorder (GAD). Additionally, a recent CNBC report highlights a 25% increase in the sales of books related to anxiety at Barnes & Noble between 2017 and 2018. These statistics … Read more

Beyond Depression: Other Uses for TMS

Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is an FDA-approved treatment for depression that is long-lasting and doesn’t involve any medication. It’s especially effective for people with treatment-resistant depression who don’t find relief from standard antidepressants. A typical treatment course consists of 30 sessions of TMS, and can provide symptom relief that lasts for months. TMS is effective … Read more

TMS Improves Attention in ADHD Patients: A Clinical Review

Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is a non-invasive brain stimulation technique that has been approved by the FDA for the treatment of depression since 2008. The mechanism of TMS involves the delivery of brief magnetic pulses to the brain to modulate neural activity. TMS has been remarkably effective in treating treatment-resistant depression, and research is expanding … Read more

Ketamine: A New Breakthrough in Depression Treatment

Depression is one of the most common mental disorders faced globally. If you think you might be struggling with depression, you aren’t alone. According to data from the National Institute of Mental Health, 7.1% of adults in the United States, or approximately 17.3 million people, have experienced a significant depressive episode. Why Ketamine? Despite undergoing … Read more

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