Anxiety2019-02-11T02:33:14+00:00

Anxiety

Whether it’s a life long battle, or recent-onset symptoms, anxiety can be profoundly life-altering and impede the enjoyment of everyday life.  We are here to offer you hope. Schedule your FREE COMPLIMENTARY CONSULTATION to learn how Ketamine therapy can give back your life.

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Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the U.S.
It affects 40 million adults in the United States age 18 and older, or 18.1% of the population every year.
Improvement may be seen within HOURS of treatment with minimal side effects.
Low dose IV Ketamine therapy has been clinically shown to be an effective treatment for anxiety sufferers by calming down the nervous system.

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the U.S.. It affects 40 million adults in the United States age 18 and older, or 18.1% of the population every year. Improvement may be seen within HOURS of treatment with minimal side effects.  Generalized anxiety disorder involves persistent and excessive worry that interferes with daily activities. This ongoing worry and tension may be accompanied by physical symptoms, such as restlessness, feeling on edge or easily fatigued, difficulty concentrating, muscle tension or problems sleeping.  Those suffering from moderate to severe anxiety find it difficult to cope with daily life stressors.  They may not respond well to traditional therapies such as anti-depressant medication, anxiolytics, and counseling.

Ketamine Anxiety Disorder Treatment Protocol:

  • 1 hour low-dose infusion: 40 minutes of active infusion and a 20 minute active recovery before being released to go home.

  • The low-dose infusions typically start around 0.5 mg/kg/hr and may be adjusted to the response of the patient.

  • Initial series of 6 infusions administered over several weeks.
  • Followed by maintenance infusion every 3-5 weeks.
  • The number and frequency of treatments is variable from patient to patient depending on such factors as the severity of the symptoms, the other medications a patient may be on, and the patient’s response to the treatments.

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