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Tag: <span>Depression</span>

Category: Depression

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Ketamine Benefits Eyed After Drug Overdose Deaths Soar

More than 100,000 Americans died of drug overdoses in a one year period, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which has drug policy experts and healthcare professionals alike reexamining age-old treatment options. Deaths due to drug overdoses have been rising for more than two decades yet skyrocketed during the past two […]

Mental Health a Growing Concern in Post-Pandemic World

With more than 60% of eligible adults in the United States partially vaccinated, the reality of a post-pandemic world may feel like it is slowly drawing near—yet experts warn that its long-term effects, especially mental health, are a growing concern. Not too long ago, hospitals running out of beds in their Intensive Care Units is […]
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Ketamine Works Wonders by Rewiring Your Brain

Ketamine is becoming quite the buzzword among psychiatrists and researchers alike who are exploring innovative treatment options for mental health conditions and chronic pain. While the use of ketamine for mood disorders is relatively new, the drug itself is not. The FDA developed and approved ketamine as an anesthetic in 1962. Its use in clinical […]
Myers Cocktail

Myers Cocktail: What Is In It, What Does It Do

Over the past few years intravenous (IV) vitamin therapy has skyrocketed in popularity for several uses—including boosting the immune system, achieving healthier skin and hair, or losing weight.  But one IV infusion in particular is being used more than ever: the Myers Infusion, also known as the Myers’ Cocktail. It is a form of IV […]
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5 Treatments for Depression & Anxiety

Somewhere around seven percent of the US population, or about seventeen million American adults, suffer from depression each year. Depression may occur only once, but for some, depression typically occurs in episodes where stressful symptoms can persist for days or weeks at a time. These symptoms may include, but are not limited to: Differences in […]