We’ve extensively discussed Ketamine and its remarkable efficacy in treating depression and chronic pain. We’ve even shared personal experiences through the diary of a courageous client. Our ongoing fascination with the life-changing results of Ketamine drives us to continue sharing its potential applications, with the hope of helping as many people as possible. Beyond its benefits for depression and chronic pain, Ketamine has proven to be a promising treatment for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

PTSD Statistics In July, as we celebrate freedom and honor the brave men and women serving in our armed forces, it’s crucial to remember the sacrifices these individuals make and the enduring impact of their service. One in 13 people will develop PTSD at some point in their lives, a statistic that is significantly higher for veterans who courageously confront trauma to safeguard our nation. PTSD has far graver consequences than startle responses to loud noises or unsettling dreams; it frequently leads to suicidal thoughts. While therapy, mindfulness techniques, and medications can help, their effectiveness can be inconsistent.

Although we often associate PTSD with military service members, anyone who has experienced a traumatic event can develop PTSD. Unfortunately, Ketamine doesn’t abide by equality, as it discriminates in its effectiveness. Women are twice as likely as men to experience PTSD, with one in eight women developing the condition.

Enter Ketamine.

Recent Studies on PTSD and Ketamine A study recently published in the American Journal of Psychiatry revealed that six Ketamine infusions administered over two weeks led to a rapid reduction in chronic PTSD symptoms, with these improvements sustained for several weeks.

Further clinical studies have demonstrated that Ketamine infusion therapy reduces PTSD symptoms by 60-100% and provides protection against the recurrence of PTSD.

How Ketamine Works Ketamine operates by blocking NMDA receptors to alleviate the symptoms of PTSD. Instead of merely masking these symptoms, Ketamine actively contributes to brain repair and rewiring.

Conclusion Our commitment is to help you achieve genuine, lasting improvements in both your physical and mental health. Ketamine is another powerful tool in our arsenal for achieving this goal. If you believe that Ketamine could offer relief to you or a loved one, please don’t hesitate to contact us today.

xoxo Rachel and Ryan