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Ketamine: A Solution for Fibromyalgia

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For the last decade, millions of people have finally been given a diagnosis for their chronic, widespread pain: Fibromyalgia. This condition has baffled the medical field for many years, as there is often not a clear reason behind the pain in many patients. Because most patients suffer from widespread pain, it often cannot be associated with a specific injury or trigger. Patients may suffer from chronic headaches, burning sensations in their hands, irritable bowel syndrome, and cramps in their feet all at the same time – leading doctors to believe that these symptoms are not related. Yet, with fibromyalgia, they are. … Continue reading

Ketamine Treatment for Depression

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Clinical depression affects 6.7% adults in America, and the number of children and teens struggling with depression is growing. Antidepressants bring in a global revenue of almost $17 billion, making it one of the most common drug type on the market. While millions of Americans take antidepressants to battle on-going depression, there is a substantial number of patients for whom this class of drugs does not work like it is intended. Many patients work their way through a lengthy list of available medications for depression, yet they do not respond adequately to the available treatments. With this rate being about 30%, this is considered to be a high failure rate for a specific class of drugs designed to improve a person’s well-being and ability to function. … Continue reading