Depression, Anxiety and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

Depression is often described as a constant feeling of sadness, dejection, and defeat that impedes with your daily routines. The onset of depression brought on by a combination traumatic life events or personal problems, leads to chemical imbalances in the brain. Symptoms of depression can vary from minor to severe in intensity dependent on the type of depression and individual impact.

Anxiety is categorized as a mental disorder causing such distress that it interferes with your normal daily activities. Often, patients that suffer from depression also express feelings of anxiety. Symptoms of anxiety range, but are not limited to, intense sweating, tachycardia, chest pain and even panic attacks. Like depression, anxiety stems from a combination of stress and traumatic life events.

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is characterized by unreasonable thoughts and fears that lead to repetitive behavior. Attempting to ignore these thoughts only leads to an increase in stress and anxiety. The symptoms of OCD include constant verification, fearing germs or contamination, hoarding, and intrusive thoughts. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with depression, anxiety or OCD, Ketamine therapy may provide the instant relief you have long yearned for.