Treatment for Anxiety
- Anxiety disorders affect one-third of adults. 33% 33%
When your anxiety doesn’t improve with talk therapy or psychiatric medications, it’s time to consider ketamine for anxiety. Ketamine quickly and effectively relieves your anxiety, allowing you to start anew and rewrite your life’s journey.
Illumma offers comprehensive, holistic ketamine treatment for anxiety in Austin and Bee Cave, Texas. Dr. Ken Adolph and a team of experienced ketamine infusion specialists can jumpstart your treatment in our healing centers. To learn more about ketamine infusion therapy, call the office to schedule a free consultation or use the online booking system today.
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Common questions about anxiety + ketamine.
When should I get help for anxiety?
When you feel anxious, your brain sends out hormones that activate your body. That response is natural as it helps you stand strong to deal with the issue or to quickly escape from an overwhelming or dangerous situation.
When the immediate threat is over, your hormone levels should go back to normal and your anxiety disappears. If you have an anxiety disorder, however, your body stays on high alert, even when you don’t face a worrisome situation.
That type of anxiety takes hold of your life, causes ongoing worry and fear, and prevents you from doing the things you want to do. That’s when you should seek help.
What symptoms appear due to anxiety?
There are several anxiety disorders, and each one has unique symptoms that set it apart from the others. Anxiety disorders cause symptoms such as:
- Uncontrollable worry or fear
- Nervousness or restlessness
- Difficulty concentrating
- Muscle aches
- Trouble sleeping
You may also have a panic attack and experience symptoms like a racing heartbeat, chest pain, difficulty breathing, and dizziness.
How does ketamine infusion therapy treat anxiety?
Ketamine directly impacts glutamate, a brain chemical that’s involved in anxiety. When you receive ketamine infusion therapy, the medication rebalances brain chemicals and triggers new nerve connections. As a result, you should see a reduction in experiencing anxiety.
Some people feel the difference within an hour of their treatment. Others improve after their second or third infusion.
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