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Ketamine as a Therapeutic Treatment

Ketamine as a therapeutic treatment is quickly gaining more popularity across the nation. Numerous studies are being done to prove Ketamine is safe and effective. Research shows promising benefits, particularly in how Ketamine affects the mind. What started as an anesthetic used in battle is now a new hope for those struggling to find relief. Many men and women are choosing Ketamine to treat depression, anxiety, and other mental illnesses. Read on to learn more about this new therapeutic treatment and discover if it is right for you.

Benefits of Ketamine Therapeutic Treatment

  •  Near Instantaneous Results
  •  Rewires the Brain & Creates New Neural Pathways
  •  Targets Psychological Causes of Mental Illness
  •  Does More than Dull Symptoms
  •  Ideal Alternative to Traditional Opioid Medication for Pain
  •  Effective Treatment for Depression, Anxiety, PTSD & more

How Does Ketamine Work?

When Ketamine is used as a therapeutic treatment, it triggers glutamate production. Glutamate is responsible for many important brain functions, including creating neural connections and pathways. By increasing glutamate, Ketamine therapy allows the mind to become more adaptable. Throughout Ketamine treatments, the mind can virtually heal and rewire itself.

Because the psychological causes of mental illness can be targeted and the mind becomes more open to healing trauma, this effect can carry on throughout the body. Ketamine studies show that- as the brain begins to heal, the body can more easily follow those dealing with symptoms of bodily pains or chronic pain.

What Can Ketamine Treat?

Ketamine as a therapeutic treatment is being used to treat many afflictions. Some of the most popular Ketamine treatment applications are:

  •  Depression
  •  Treatment-Resistant Depression
  •  Anxiety
  •  Chronic Pain
  •  PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder)
  •  OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)
  •  Suicidal Ideation
  •  Bipolar Disorder
  •  Addiction

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What to Expect from Ketamine Therapeutic Treatment

Ketamine therapeutic treatments are typically administered in very low doses via infusion. Ketamine can be administered in various ways- most clinics offer infusions, sometimes lozenges, and more. During a treatment session, you may have an out-of-body experience. Sessions last about 40 – 60 minutes. Ketamine does not affect the respiratory system. During treatment, you will retain consciousness and be able to communicate with the provider. As with any therapeutic treatment, personal experiences with Ketamine will vary.*

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Why Choose Ketamine Therapy LA

At Ketamine Therapy LA, Dr. Sirak offers Self-Guided or Professionally Guided treatment sessions. As Ketamine is a psychedelic, infusion therapies are a ‘trip.’ The dissociative experience of Ketamine is one of the many factors of this treatment that allow the mind to heal.

Self-guided Ketamine therapy includes a private treatment room. This room has a peaceful ambiance, ideal for comfort and healing. Professionally guided therapy takes place with a behavioral health professional. Some Ketamine clinics even offer at-home Ketamine treatments where they travel to you.

Ketamine Therapeutic Treatment Near Me | Los Angeles, CA

Learn more about Ketamine therapeutic treatments and if it is right for you by contacting Ketamine Therapy LA today. Dr. Sirak is the provider and has years of experience using Ketamine as a therapeutic treatment. During a consultation with Ketamine Therapy LA you speak with a professional whether this treatment is right for you and your unique needs. Call us today at (323) 650-9883 or fill out the online form to get started.

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