Ketamine Treatment for depression and anxiety
Here are the Steps to Starting Ketamine Therapy for depression and Anxiety in florida
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Innovative Treatment for Mental Health
Ketamine is the best therapy for depression, anxiety and chronic pain. We review the latest research to achieve the best outcomes for top quality treatment.
What is Ketamine Treatment?
Ketamine is a safe anesthetic agent approved by the FDA since the 1960s and since then thousands of hospitals around the world have used this innovative treatment. It is on the List of Essential Medicines by the World Health Organization due to its safety and efficiency.
Results show they help to relieve the symptoms of depression since it was first identified as antidepressant in the 1990s.
Randomized controlled trials have shown rapid mood improvement and a decrease in suicidality compared to people receiving placebo or other drugs.
How does Ketamine Treatment for Depression Work?
As a treatment for depression, ketamine stops the NMDA receptor instead of impeding serotonin-norepinephrine/dopamine intake.
Ketamine lets the brain to start fixing and controlling the chemicals that trigger depression.
How will I Receive Ketamine Treatment?
Intranasal esketamine, also known as Spravato™, is one of the ways The Crane Center works with patients in need of this type of treatment.
Esketamine is a type of ketamine that could be used in a treatment-resistant depression in a nasal spray that was FDA-approved in 2019.
It must be delivered in a healthcare environment where patients will be observed for up to two hours.
Is Ketamine Treatment right for me?
Ketamine treatment is available for adults 18 and over who suffer moderate to severe depression and who have not thrived in traditional therapies for depression.
In addition to evaluating your medical history and lab tests, our thorough review will make sure ketamine is the appropriate treatment for you.
Ketamine dosages for depression are significantly lower and relatively safer than the anesthesia dosages.
However, the risks are changes to your blood pressure and heart rate, which we will closely monitor during treatment.
We will also watch for any long-term risks including urinary symptoms, cognitive impairment (long-term use), and substance disorders.