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How Ketamine

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Ketamine blocks a receptor in your brain that eases the symptoms of mental illness. Ketamine is a “Dissociative,” it disassociates areas of your brain that are normally communicating and begins to build new brain activity around those areas of trauma. Beyond the experience happening while the treatment is occurring, there is strong scientific research showing that hours after the treatment when ketamine is metabolized in the body, it is stripping away the depression and suicidal ideation. Industry publications including Journal of American Medical Association (JAMA) and the National Institute of (NIH) reference this, making ketamine effective within hours rather than weeks or months.  Ketamine for depression is one of the biggest breakthroughs ever in mental health because it is highly effective and works immediately.

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