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Could treating depression worsen symptoms in the long run?

Could treating depression worsen symptoms in the long run?

Published Thursday 26 October 2017 By Tim Newman Fact checked by Jasmin Collier According to a recent study, although treating major depressive disorder has benefits in the short-term, over a longer period of time, it may make the condition worse. Major depressive disorder is a serious, debilitating mental illness. In the United States, it affects […]

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Magnetic Fields to Alleviate Anxiety

Magnetic Fields to Alleviate Anxiety

A Study from Würzburg University Hospital Shows TMS May Help Alleviate Anxiety It is possible to unlearn fears. And this works even better when a specific region of the brain has previously been stimulated magnetically. This has been shown by researchers from the Würzburg University Hospital in a new study. Nearly one in seven Germans suffer […]

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Readers Digest: The Treatment That Finally Lifted My Depression After Everything Else Failed

Readers Digest: The Treatment That Finally Lifted My Depression After Everything Else Failed

More than 15 million Americans suffer from depression, and more than a third of them don’t respond to counseling or antidepressants. Nathalie DeGravel was one of the unlucky ones—until she discovered a novel new therapy. Four years ago, Nathalie DeGravel, 48, finally recognized something was horribly wrong with her brain. A human resources coordinator at […]

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TBS Treatment at TMS Center of SWFL : A Few Minutes of Thetaburst Stimulation Can Help Conquer Depression

TBS Treatment at TMS Center of SWFL : A Few Minutes of Thetaburst Stimulation Can Help Conquer Depression

Thetaburst Stimulation in 2017 This article from 2015 published by CTV News gives a good overview of TBS Stimulation and the exciting effect the treatment was having on patients with depression. Now, in 2017, the TMS Center of Southwest Florida is thrilled to offer both TMS and TBS treatment options for our patients. For more […]

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FDA Data Support Ketamine as Depression Therapy

FDA Data Support Ketamine as Depression Therapy

Analysis of FAERS data finds less comorbid depression among pain patients on ketamine by Neel A. Duggal Contributing Writer, MedPage TodayMay 12, 2017 An analysis of data from the FDA Adverse Events Reporting System (FAERS) supported previous findings that ketamine could be an effective treatment for depression, researchers found. Given financial and ethical obstacles to […]