Ketamine infusions are an exceptional treatment for depression and anxiety, and they allow patients to work on substantially improving their lives. This additional work can be an important part of lasting improvement.
The quality of sleep is an important part of your mental health. Getting the right amount of sleep and getting good sleep may help with mood disorders, including depression and anxiety. There are some easy (and not so easy) ways to improve your sleep.
At lone star infusion, we are open and honest with our patients and happy to discuss all the alternatives to treatment and the risks and benefits of each so that they can choose what treatment works best for them.
The results of ketamine treatments for mood disorders – including depression, anxiety and PTSD – can be sustained over time through a combination of infusions in a series and maintenance treatments on a periodic basis.
For treating depression with ketamine infusions: This study reviewing our results shows an overall response rate above 70% for patients who receive an initial series of treatments either once a week or twice a week.
How are we supposed to think about an article, like this one below, that posits that depression and anxiety are primarily caused by structural imbalances in the way we live our lives, such as structural problems like being the janitor instead of the CEO:
Ketamine has a long history of medical use and the research to date supports ketamine as a safe and effective medication when administered by appropriately-trained medical professionals, such as anesthesiologists.
Much of modern medicine relies on doctors and other health care professionals working together in coordinated teams of experts – each person doing what they do best to take the best care of the patient.