Getting an infusion of ketamine is a medical procedure, but it’s not the same as going to the dentist or surgeon. The procedure for treating chronic depression with ketamine involves an IV and it’s a safe and effective alternative to other types of standard treatments that might have failed in the past.  Ketamine, when it’s used for treating depression, is administered at much lower doses and it’s been effective at improving depression or ending suicidal thoughts within hours or sometimes minutes of use.

At a ketamine treatment center in Baltimore, an IV is placed for a short period of time and it’s not painful. Some programs use IV ketamine because oral and intranasal are not the best administration routes because they are unreliable.

At the start of a ketamine infusion, you may not feel the drug entering your vein right away, it could take a few minutes before a tingling sensation sets in. Soon after the infusion, a person may describe a feeling of “heaviness” and as if the mind is detached from the body. These feelings usually last for a short time and the drug does not directly affect the same receptors affected by popular hallucinogenics.

At a ketamine treatment center in Baltimore, a person can find help for treating untreatable depression. Whether you suffer from anxiety, bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder or some other type of mood disorder, ketamine could possibly help you get better. We aren’t here to judge you or make empty promises, we genuinely care about your future and want to do whatever we can to help you recover.

If you’re ready to think outside the box and try something different to rid your life of chronic depression, please call our program today to find out more information about ketamine and what it can do for your life.

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