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Reducing the Severity of PTSD Symptoms with Ketamine Infusions

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD has many causes. Military service experiences, childhood abuse, sexual violence, physical assault, and even accidents and injuries can cause a person to experience traumatic stress. When that stress starts to interfere with a person’s ability to function and affects the quality of their life, ketamine infusion therapy can help. It…

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Embracing Patience and Kindness for Better Mental Health and Relationships

In our journey through life, relationships play a pivotal role in shaping our mental health and overall well-being. The timeless wisdom of the quote “love is patient, love is kind” can be a guiding light, particularly for individuals grappling with mental health challenges like Depression, PTSD, OCD, and Anxiety. This blog post explores how embodying…

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Coping with Wellness: Supporting a loved one through recovery

In recent years, psychologists have noticed a surprising trend in people recovering from hardship: they call it fear of happiness. As the conversation surrounding mental health continues to progress, more and more people are discovering that sometimes, we become so used to suffering that anything else simply feels wrong.  For patients suffering from depression, anxiety,…

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Ketamine for Depression and Eating Disorders

There are more than 3 million cases of depression in the US each year, and it’s estimated that 8 million Americans have an eating disorder. Antidepressant drugs aren’t always effective, so if you’re not getting any relief from any of today’s western medications, then ketamine treatments may provide some hope. Conditions Treated by Ketamine Many…

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Ketamine Treatments for Veterans With PTSD

A Department of Veteran Affairs studies in 2013 listed alarming statistics regarding the suicide rate of veterans. An average of 22 veterans a day were committing suicide, double the national average for civilians. As a result, the Veterans Affairs (VA) committed to regularly evaluating the mental health of veterans and providing treatment and suicide intervention…

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What is a Ketamine Treatment?

Ketamine, originally developed in the 1960s, has a storied history that bridges the gap between a widely used anesthetic and a groundbreaking treatment for various mental health conditions. Today, ketamine therapy offers hope to individuals suffering from depression, chronic pain, anxiety, PTSD, suicidality, and OCD, particularly when traditional treatments have failed. At Mind Body Centers,…

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How Does Mental Health Affect a Person?

Mental health profoundly impacts every aspect of a person’s life, shaping their emotional well-being, physical health, relationships, and overall quality of life. More than 1 in 5 U.S. adults face mental illness, making it crucial to understand its far-reaching effects. By exploring the complexities of mental health, we can better appreciate its significance and learn…

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Prioritizing Mental Health: A Vital Step Towards Well-being

In the fast-paced rhythm of modern life, it’s all too easy to overlook the silent struggles that many of us face within the confines of our own minds and forget the importance of prioritizing mental health. While physical health often takes center stage in our collective consciousness, mental well-being is often relegated to the sidelines,…

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