11th March 2019
Snoring man sleeping with his mouth open

“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.

Friday, March 15, 2019 is the 12thannual World Sleep Day. This event is a nationally recognized day to raise awareness and bring together researchers, health professionals, and patients to understand sleep and its significant impact on health. World Sleep Society offers 10 Ways to Improve Your Sleep. You can read about their tips here.

Ketamine treatment is effective in treating symptoms and signs of depression. Depression sufferers typically have disturbances with sleep, either in the form of insomnia or oversleeping. Also, if you have PTSD, you may suffer from night terrors or difficulties in sleeping.

Make the month of March a time when you get your sleep back. You can do this by enlisting the help of Kr. Mahjoubi at Ketamine Healing Clinic of Los Angeles. By effectively treating your condition that compromises your sleep, you can stop the cycle of debilitation.

To learn more about ketamine treatment for pain, depression, anxiety, PTSD, RSD, OCD, CRPS, and alcoholism contact the Ketamine Healing Clinic in Los Angeles. Schedule your thorough consultation with Dr. Mahjoubi. He believes you deserve life without symptoms that sacrifice your sleep and your quality of life.

Posted on behalf of Ketamine Healing Clinic of Los Angeles

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