5 Ways to Maximize Progress After Your Ketamine Infusions

5 Ways to Maximize Progress After Your Ketamine Infusions

Ketamine is revolutionizing treatment of pain, depression, and anxiety. However, it is most effective when viewed as a catalyst.  It would simply be untrue to tell you that all you need is ketamine.  Treatment of mood and pain disorders are complex, and ketamine is one part of the solution.  Ketamine can absolutely help you get going in a way no other traditional treatment has done before. So once you receive your ketamine infusions, use this momentum for change!  Here are to 5 ways to maximize your progress: 

23 Books to Enhance Your Healing and Growth

23 Books to Enhance Your Healing and Growth

In honor of National Book Lover’s Day, we are sharing our favorite nonfiction and fiction books! These books range from advice from top performers in the world, to guidance on how to transform your life, all the way to stories which warm and inspire the soul.

Have you read any of these? If not and you are curious to read them, do what we do at Reset Ketamine and head over to the library, or click on the book image and you’ll get over to Amazon so you can buy and add it to your personal library.

3 Must Read Scientific Articles About Depression and Ketamine

3 Must Read Scientific Articles About Depression and Ketamine

Want to know more about how ketamine works? Especially curious about how it transforms the lives of those with depression, anxiety, and pain?  Love science?  A google or PubMed search will give you numerous articles on this topic.  At Reset Ketamine, we are big readers and lovers of learning so we found three articles you should check out regarding depression and ketamine...especially if you are science nerds like us! 

What to Expect During your Ketamine Infusion

What to Expect During your Ketamine Infusion

Perhaps you’ve decided to try ketamine infusions for your depression, anxiety, PTSD, or chronic pain.  Or maybe you have yet to decide and want a little more information. Some level of nervousness is normal and very common when facing something new, especially something that is so cutting-edge. To ease some of your worries, we’ll share with you four things to expect during your ketamine infusions…

3 Reasons Why You Should Know About the Default Mode Network of Your Brain

3 Reasons Why You Should Know About the Default Mode Network of Your Brain

The Default Mode Network (sometimes called simply the default network or the DMN) refers to an interconnected group of brain structures that are hypothesized to be part of a functional system. The DMN includes areas of the brain which researchers found to have higher activity when the mind was supposed to be at rest.  For example, when you are day dreaming, thinking about the future, replaying memories, etc. without a specific goal in mind.  Now, why would we care about this? The DMN is found to have increased activity in certain mood and pain disorders.  That being said, let's look at our 3 reasons why you should know about the DMN. 

Ketamine Infusion Protocol: Twice a Week or Three Times a Week?

Ketamine Infusion Protocol: Twice a Week or Three Times a Week?

Ketamine infusions are at the frontier of treating depression, anxiety, PTSD, OCD, and pain disorders. And just like the pioneers of the Wild West, ketamine physicians are also trailblazers. Ketamine infusionists create their protocols based on studies and the responses of their patients to treatment. Since ketamine is still a relatively new treatment, researchers are still investigating the optimal dose and frequency.

How Ketamine Makes Your Brain “Re-Grow”

How Ketamine Makes Your Brain “Re-Grow”

Imagine a lush green forest, filled with many trees with numerous branches.  Now, imagine the opposite. The same trees, but instead brown and with branches falling off. These trees are now dying out. This forest is now sparse due to repeated fires, harsh weather, and pollution. The forest is functioning below what it could, and producing less oxygen and food for the creatures it protects.

The 7 Types of People Who Should NOT Get Ketamine

The 7 Types of People Who Should NOT Get Ketamine

Here at Reset Ketamine, it’s no surprise we are passionate about ketamine. We are amazed and grateful for the transformation ketamine catalyzes in people’s lives.  However, we equally honor the Hippocratic Oath, which includes, “Do No Harm”. Unfortunately, ketamine infusions could hurt more than help in certain medical conditions.  

3 Reasons Why Your Doctor Isn’t Telling You About Ketamine

3 Reasons Why Your Doctor Isn’t Telling You About Ketamine

You may have met someone who has benefited from ketamine for pain or saw a video online talking about how ketamine works to alleviate depression. You may then have gone to your doctor or mental health care professional to ask them about ketamine and got a cold reception, flat out “no”, or a simple shrug of the shoulders.