Depression Treatment


KureIV Offers the Best Ketamine Infusion Treatment for Depression in Houston

“Depression is a common mental disorder. Globally, it is estimated that 5% of adults suffer from the disorder. “.

World Health Organization

Depression can be undiagnosed or underdiagnosed for many reasons — such as fear of stigmatization or the belief that depression isn’t a real illness but a personal flaw.

If you think you might be suffering from depression, it might be time to talk with a doctor about ketamine treatment for depression.

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Understanding Depression

Depression is more than just a sad feeling that hangs over your head — it can manifest itself in many forms. At one end of the spectrum, there’s a mild or low-grade depression where you feel sadness or have the feeling of being down in the dumps. With mild depression, you might find regular, daily tasks require more effort than usual.

Major depression is at the other end of the spectrum. Major depression is much more severe and can have physical and emotional symptoms, including fatigue, headaches, and body aches and pains. Major depression often keeps you from accomplishing daily tasks, with some people being limited to the point of disability.

Experts will tell you that depression results from a chemical imbalance, but that doesn’t capture its complexity. There are many possible contributors, such as current or past stressful events, side effects of medications, medical problems, faulty mood regulation caused by imbalances in the brain, and genetic factors.

Common Types of Depression

Depression comes in many forms, and it manifests itself in different ways. However, most forms of depression and be divided into seven categories:

Ketamine Treatment for Depression

Many people continue to struggle with depression even after trying psychotherapy and antidepressant medications. If you or someone you love has ongoing severe or major depression, ketamine infusion therapy can help.

Ketamine works by targeting NMDA receptors inside of the brain. Ketamine connects to those receptors and amplifies the number of neurotransmitters, called glutamate, inside the space between the neurons.

Glutamate then binds to different receptors, known as AMPA receptors. In the brains of some people with depression, those nerve cells don’t react to glutamate anymore. It’s as if the glutamate receptors are deactivated or weakened. This process can affect people’s moods, cognitive abilities, and thinking patterns. However, after some people receive ketamine treatments, those receptors sometimes turn back on.

At KureIV, we offer low-dose ketamine infusions for depression. Ketamine infusions are an effective treatment for people struggling with depression. Schedule a consultation with us to see if ketamine infusion therapy is right for you.

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Rates start at $342 per 1 hour infusion in the Houston Area.

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