When it comes to weighing the cost of treatment for your depression, PTSD, anxiety, or chronic pain, it can be overwhelming. You’ll take into consideration the fees, success rates, and possible side effects of treatment. Often, the treatment plans can be very different, so it proves to be challenging to compare them to each other. … Continue reading
CRPS is short for complex regional pain syndrome. It can cause crippling pain. It can also be challenging to find effective relief if you suffer from it. Ketamine treatments are a safe and effective option to find relief from your CRPS when other medication and therapy has not given you relief. There are many frequently asked questions when it comes to CRPS. … Continue reading
At Ketamine Healing Clinic of Los Angeles, we offer relief from anxiety disorders for our patients with safe ketamine IV infusion treatments. Ketamine is a prescription anesthetic that has been safely used for over 50 years in the medical field. These treatments, along with ongoing therapy to manage anxiety, can mitigate the impact of these disorders for a productive, happy life for you. … Continue reading
According to the International OCD Foundation, “Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a mental health disorder that affects people of all ages and walks of life, and occurs when a person gets caught in a cycle of obsessions and compulsions.” … Continue reading
“Early to bed and early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise.” –Benjamin Franklin
Ketamine successfully has helped relieve pain, depression, anxiety, pain, PTSD, RSD, OCD, CRPS, and alcoholism. Many of these conditions affect your quality of sleep. The vicious cycle of lack of sleep coupled with whatever condition you’re battling can prove to be almost debilitating. … Continue reading
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) 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 CRPS 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.
According to WedMD you may experience something called the “holiday blues.” They state the typical sources of this holiday sadness may include: … Continue reading
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