Curated Mental Health

Depression - TRD (Treatment Resistant Disorder) - Brain Stimulation Therapy

It is normal to feel sad sometimes, but these feelings are expected to pass after a little time. For people with Major Depressive Disorder, it lasts significantly longer than it should. The implications of depression can be severe and affect self-esteem and how you perceive the world around you. Depression can affect anyone regardless of ethnicity, age, education level or socioeconomic factors. Scientists suggested Psychotherapy Treatment for Depression since depression is often by a combination of environmental, biological, and psychological factors.

 

Those with depression may struggle with:

  • Changes in appetite accompanied by weight oscillation

  • Irritability, restlessness, or frustration

  • Difficulty concentrating, making decisions, or remembering

  • Insomnia and other sleep related issues like early morning awakening or oversleeping

  • Persistent anxious, sad, or “empty mood”

  • Decreased energy, lethargy, or persistent fatigue

  • Headaches, cramps, aches or pains

  • Thoughts of death or suicide attempts

 

Brain Stimulation Therapy for Depression

Curated Mental Health Providers understand that treatment and recovery from depression and management of its symptoms is a multi-layered, long-term commitment. With the support of FDA and APA approved interventions, we help our patients take productive and effective steps toward breaking the cycle of self-sabotage and unhealthy behavioral patterns. Particularly for those patients who suffer from Treatment Resistant Depression, and have not yet found the right balance with traditional prescription medication, our interventional treatments like ketamine IV, and dTMS are highly effective in helping patients manage mood disorders and become more self-assured and confident.

Brain Stimulation Therapy for Depression
Depression - Trd (Treatment Resistant Disorder) - Brain Stimulation Therapy

Depression (TRD)

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