Is Depression Lowering Your Quality of Life?
According to the Anxiety & Depression Association of America, more than 16 million American adults are affected by Major Depressive Disorder. That’s nearly 7% of the United States population. Clearly, depression is a pervasive problem, and unfortunately, many of those who suffer from it do not get help. At Ketamine Care, we strive to offer exceptional treatment options for depression patients who need somewhere to turn. Our doctors are proud to have helped so many people in the DFW Metroplex manage their symptoms.
Am I Depressed or Just Sad?
Too often, we write depression off as just a period of prolonged sadness. That’s why it’s crucial to recognize the difference between temporary sadness and hopelessness and a chronic condition. In addition to unexplained, months-long bouts of sadness, depression patients may experience these symptoms:
- Loss of interest in things they once enjoyed
- Increased anxiety
- Unexplained fatigue or insomnia
- Lack of emotional control
- Weight fluctuations
How Ketamine Infusions Can Bring Relief
If you’ve been suffering from depression, there is hope. For some, medication and other therapies effectively control their depression. But for others, relief is hard to find. Those struggling to keep their depression under control should consider ketamine infusion. This safe, FDA-approved anesthetic treatment has been used to treat depression since the 1990s. After one or two initial infusions, most patients report instant improvements in their symptoms. We recommend choosing ketamine infusions alongside psychological support and a wellness plan.
Offering Effective Treatments for Mental Health Conditions
Ketamine Care strives to offer the gold standard in mental health treatment. We work with depression patients, as well as those suffering from PTSD, chronic migraines, and nerve pain. Especially if you haven’t found relief with other treatments, we encourage you to consult with our team. Unlike many similar services, we can often help our clients get insurance coverage for their depression treatment. Our doctors are here to give you the support you need along the way.