Depression And PTSD Ketamine CA

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Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is an incredibly difficult disorder to live with, but research shows that intravenous ketamine for PTSD can be highly effective. From military veterans to abuse survivors, patients suffering from any type of extreme trauma are at risk of developing changes in brain chemistry. When this occurs, patients commonly experience symptoms of fear, anxiety, and emotional detachment. Conventional treatment options have included a combination of psychotherapy and oral medications. Now, there’s an alternative solution available for PTSD sufferers: intravenous ketamine. PTSD symptoms can dissipate within hours after a ketamine infusion treatment, and lasting benefits can be attained in as little as one to two weeks.