Important Updates on TMS for Bipolar Disorder

TMS Therapy for Bipolar Depression

Concerning Magnetic Therapy for Bipolar Disorder TMS Therapy was initially FDA-approved in 2008 for the treatment of Major Depressive Disorder and has slowly obtained new approvals for other indications since. In Europe, TMS is approved with a CE Mark for the treatment of Bipolar Disorder, PTSD, Depression, Multiple Sclerosis, Stroke recovery, and even Alzheimer’s Disease. …

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What’s The Difference Between Depression & Sadness?

We all feel sad sometimes. After all, everyone has bad days. Maybe you even say you are feeling depressed when you are more miserable than usual. So, yes, depression is about being sad, but how do you know when sadness is actually clinical depression? The grey area between sadness and depression makes it hard to …

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How to Talk To Your Partner About Your Mental Health & The Way You Feel

When you love someone, and they love you back, it’s a pretty amazing thing! Healthy relationships are built on open communication and trust which means you tell each other the good, bad, and everything in between. But, if you suffer from a mental health condition, it might not be so easy opening up. You might …

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Ketamine for Depression: Does it work?

What is Ketamine? Ketamine, also known as Ketalar, Ketaset, and Ketanest, is a medication that’s currently FDA approved only as an anesthetic but it’s showing great potential as a treatment for severe depression. In fact, numerous Ketamine Clinics have begun to appear throughout the United States to solve this problem. Depressed patients with stubborn symptoms get relief …

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Depression: Turning to Ketamine Therapy Before Antidepressants

There is a very real concern in the United States that doctors are overprescribing antidepressant medications to their patients. AARP mentions that prescribing meds “without a diagnosis of depression is escalating” especially among the elderly population. Most often, medications are prescribed by a primary care physician or a psychiatrist for depression and mood disorders. Common …

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What is Neuropathic Pain?

Neuropathic Pain as a shooting or burning pain. It might go away by itself but will often be chronic. It often is unrelenting and severe, and many times it comes and goes. It often happens to be the consequence of nerve damage or perhaps a malfunctioning nervous system. Neuropathic pain is sometimes nerve damage resulting …

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Ketamine: An Innovative Treatment for Postpartum Depression

Have you recently given birth and believe you may be experiencing postpartum depression (PDS)? Figures released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention indicates that “one in nine women experience PDS, with higher prevalence in certain states and subgroups of women.” Ketamine treatments in Los Angeles are a safe way to help if you’re …

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Drugs used to replace opioids linked with increase in suicide attempts across U.S.

“We are seeing a worrying increase in harmful exposures to gabapentin and baclofen in U.S. adults over recent years,” an expert told Newsweek. Suicidal thoughts are among the potential side effects of both drugs, and chronic pain itself is linked to suicide attempts. This comes against a backdrop of suicide rates in the U.S. rising …

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Should I try ketamine or ECT first to treat depression?

Should I try ketamine or ECT first to treat depression? Everyone knows that sadness and joy are parts of everyday life. But what happens when that occasional blue mood turns into recurring episodes of anxiety, panic attacks, and even lack of interest in participating in routine activities? That’s when intense sadness becomes depression. Doctors prescribe …

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