Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CPRS) is a type of crippling pain. It usually affects your arm or a leg and usually develops after you’ve been injured, had surgery or suffered from a stroke or heart attack. If treatment for your CPRS starts early it is more likely to be effective. … Continue reading
Now that the holidays are over, it can trigger a sense of dissatisfaction and even sadness or depression. January is a time of year when reality settles back in and bills from holiday spending start rolling in. Extra pounds from holiday feasting can arise on your body. All of this can be stressful and trigger a level of depression.
Are you feeling depressed? Have you been feeling depressed for quite some time? If so, you probably feel perpetually drained and have very little energy. Your normal sleep may be disturbed and you may suffer from overwhelming feelings of sadness, tearfulness, emptiness or hopelessness. These are just a few of the signs and symptoms of depression. … Continue reading
The month of December is marked by words like: love, peace, joy, jolly, bright and ho ho ho! It’s supposed to be a joyful time of year, but for many it can be a time of darkness and depression. Instead of joy it can be filled with loneliness, anxiety, sadness and depression.
RSD stands for Regional Sympathetic Dystrophy. McGill Pain Index has ranked it as the most painful form of chronic pain. If you have RSD, there are some common symptoms. According to the New York State Department of Health, “the key symptom is, chronic, intense pain that is out of proportion to the severity of the injury and which gets worse over time rather than better.” The most commonly affected areas of your body include: arms, legs, hands or feet. … Continue reading
So much about Halloween revolved around the feelings of fear. Houses, stores and people are decorated to invoke fear and scare all those who pass by. Thankfully, this is a short season and all is well and returned to “normal” after October 31.
After Halloween passes if you still suffer from constant fears then you probably suffer from anxiety. These terms and feelings usually go hand-in-hand, but there are differences between fear and anxiety. … Continue reading
Ketamine Healing Clinic of Los Angeles utilizes Ketamine treatment to help alleviate symptoms of anxiety, depression, chronic pain and alcoholism. Our methods offer you with alternative forms of treatments. We offer ketamine intranasal spray as a supplementary therapy to our IV Ketamine infusion treatment. Nasal spray may also be used for maintaining freedom from your symptoms. While your customized dosage and frequency will be different from other patients, the method for using your nasal spray is the same depending on whether you use a pump or spray. … Continue reading
Have you taken the Enneagram personality test yet? It seems like, although it’s been around for a long time, it has emerged as another way to identify different personality types. Type One, The Perfectionist, is the first type described on the scale. You can read a lot more about this, and the eight other personality types here.
According to the Narrative Enneagram Perfectionists “believe they must be good and right to be worthy. Consequently, Perfectionists are conscientious, responsible, improvement-oriented and self-controlled, but also can be critical, resentful and self-judging.” … Continue reading
Dr. David Mahjoubi is a highly-trained board-certified Anesthesiologist and owner of Ketamine Healing Clinic of Los Angeles, located at 1964 Westwood Boulevard in Los Angeles, California 90025. The clinic offers IV Ketamine therapy to treat depression symptoms as well as chronic pain. He is also one of only a few physicians in the country to prescribe an at home intra-nasal Ketamine spray to his patients.
“When you reach the end of your rope, tie a knot and hang on.” –Abraham Lincoln
With the recent cases of celebrity suicides of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain, it’s made our nation stop and take a look at the cause of it. According to the CDC nearly 45,000 Americans died by suicide in 2016. While suicide is a choice, if you’re contemplating it, it may seem like it is the only and best choice for you. … Continue reading
Summer is a great time to get out and enjoy time with your friends and family members. The kids are out of school and everyone looks forward to a summer vacation where memories are made and relationships are deepened. However, for many of you, you may be dreading the thought of taking a family adventure due to your chronic pain.
Chronic pain cannot only affect your physical body, but it can also affect your emotional health as well. Depression typically accompanies chronic pain due to the constant strain that is put on your body daily. It can wear you down and cause you to want to “tap out” of every situation. Here you can read more information by WedMD about common symptoms of chronic pain. … Continue reading