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Ketamine for Anxiety Treatment

Are you searching for depression treatment available in Boston? Ketamine for Anxiety has been providing patients with some amazing results in helping remedy many of the unwanted symptoms that come with having an anxiety disorder.

Why Choose Ketamine for Anxiety Treatment?

One of the most talked-about advantages of using Ketamine for Anxiety is how fast it works. Unlike many other anxiety treatment options that take weeks or months to feel a difference, the effects of ketamine infusion therapy can be felt within a few hours of your first infusion.

So what are you waiting for? Contact our Boston Ketamine Clinic today and schedule your free consultation to learn more about how ketamine for anxiety can help you and if you are a good candidate for the treatment.

Does Ketamine for Anxiety Really Work?

Ketamine Infusions have been shown to provide positive results for those who are suffering from an anxiety disorder. Ketamine can provide anxiety relief quickly and without the negative side effects that come with other anxiety medications. A good number of our anxiety patients report feeling much better within a few days of their initial ketamine infusion.

The Benefits of Ketamine Treatment for Anxiety

Another positive effect of ketamine is that it may help with eliminating your dependency on other medications. Many patients who use ketamine to treat their anxiety may also experience an increase in energy levels, allowing them to do what is needed to keep their anxiety under control.

It’s believed that ketamine has this effect on anxiety by helping repair damaged pathways in the brain, allowing them to work correctly again and produce a more positive mood.

Tips For Treating Anxiety

Educate yourself about your own anxiety disorder. For instance, it may be very useful to figure out if your anxiety is only anxiety, or if it is being caused or worsened by an underlying medical condition. How severe your anxiety is may also play into it; the more severe the anxiety, the more likely it is you will need more intense forms of treatment.

Have patience when trying different treatments. It will usually take a patient a period of trial and error to find which treatment is best for them. Some people may try several different therapists before finding one that suits their needs, and others may go through quite a few antidepressants before finding what works. It is essential to be open to change or experimentation when it comes to new treatment options.

Medication alone will not cure your anxiety. Yes, medication can relieve the symptoms of an anxiety disorder, but for long-term use, medication can not cure anxiety itself. Research has even suggested that exercise or therapy can be just as effective as antidepressants (maybe even more so), but these also do not bring on the unwanted side effects often associated with antidepressants. If you decide medication is the right treatment for you, it is important to remember that this medication will be most effective when you also make healthy lifestyle changes.

Build a social support net. Anxiety disorders can cause feelings of isolation or hopelessness, so it is important to remember that your family or friends may be much-needed sources of relief. Do not be afraid to seek out an anxiety disorder support group, for instance, where you might meet new people who have suffered from the same thing you are going through. Many with anxiety disorders are afraid of feeling like a burden to others and do not seek out help, but seeking help is actually a show of strength rather than a sign of weakness when it comes to these disorders.


Remember that treatment takes commitment. Recovery tends to have both ups and downs, and anxiety treatment may take months before it starts to relieve symptoms.

What Causes Anxiety?

The causes of severe anxiety disorders aren’t fully understood. Life experiences that include traumatic events appear to trigger anxiety conditions in people that are already susceptible to anxiety. Inherited traits can also become a factor.

Medical Causes

For many people, anxiety could possibly be connected with an underlying health issue. In many cases, anxiety symptoms and signs are considered the first indicators of a medical illness. Should your doctor suspect your anxiety could possibly have a medical cause, he/she may order tests to research warning signs of an issue.

Can Ketamine Help Your Anxiety?

Are you sick and tired of feeling sick and tired? Have other medications and treatments failed to produce positive results? Then you may be a good candidate for Ketamine Treatment. Contact our Boston office today and schedule your free consultation for this new and amazing Anxiety Treatment in Boston, MA.

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Ketamine is a synthetic medicine that has primarily been used as an anesthetic agent in humans and animals for over 50 years. It is one of the most commonly used anesthetic agents in the world, because of its unique properties that make it incredibly safe to administer. 

Ketamine binds to NMDA receptors, and creates a glutamate surge, releasing growth factors that help make new synaptic connections in your brain. This paves the way for healthier thought patterns and increases your resilience to chronic stress.

The literature for depression shows a 70% success rate. Individual clinics have seen higher rates, because they have seen increased efficacy with increased dosing.

The low doses used for depression are in the empathogenic "heart opening" psychedelic dose range. People report feelings of love, peace, compassion, forgiveness, and a touch of euphoria.

Ketamine will not be provided to individuals with schizophrenia, psychosis, or certain seizure disorders. Those taking aminophylline for asthma or COPD should not undergo ketamine infusions. If you have serious medical problems like uncontrolled high blood pressure, cardiac disease, or pulmonary problems, a clearance will be requested from your primary care physician before undergoing treatment.

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