TMS: A New Approach to Depression

TMS

Depression is a psychiatric disorder that affects millions of Americans each day. The most popular treatment options are antidepressants and psychotherapy. However, a new approach has been approved that may negate the need for antidepressants in the treatment of depression. It’s called TMS. TMS is an acronym for transcranial magnetic stimulation and works by sending […]

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Do I have Social Anxiety?

social anxiety

Our society is a social one. But what happens when you feel nervous in social situations? There could be a number of reasons why this happens, including social anxiety. Social anxiety, formerly known as social phobia, is the fear of interaction with others that often brings about self-consciousness, feelings of being judged and negatively evaluated, […]

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Ketamine Reduces OCD Symptoms

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Obsessive-compulsive disorder is a psychiatric disorder that causes repetitive behaviors, intrusive thoughts, and fear. The traditional treatment for OCD has been cognitive behavior therapy, drug therapy, or a combination. But Ketamine has shown promise in reducing OCD symptoms. The theory that ketamine reduces OCD has been studied and continues to be backed up by ongoing […]

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3 Myths About OCD

Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a psychiatric disorder that affects approximately 1 in 100 Americans each year. This disorder is often misunderstood and those suffering struggle with the stigma associated with it. This stigma can negatively impact all areas of life. It’s time to stop the stigma with these 3 myths about OCD. 1. Having OCD […]

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