Calm your nerves
Ketamine can be an effective treatment for those suffering from anxiety, as well as related conditions including suicidal ideation, OCD, and PTSD.
Ketamine not only strengthens and forms new synaptic connections in the brain, it can also soothe your mind and help calm the perseverating, anxiety-provoking thoughts and feelings many experience.
While it typically takes several treatments for the best results, over 86% of our patients report at least a 50% reduction in their anxiety over the course of treatment.
Gain back control
We often hear things like, “My depression and anxiety aren’t mixed up together anymore; I can deal with them as separate things now.”
From our experience, depression and suicidal thoughts are the first to improve, with anxiety improvement occurring toward the end of the treatment series.
Of course, each person is unique, and many feel excellent anxiety relief from the first infusion. Sometimes for the first time in the person’s memory. For most, the experience of ketamine itself is peaceful and calming, with additional support available for those who need it.
After 6 infusions, results show the same effectiveness as depression, with 80% of patients reporting at least a 50% reduction in anxiety symptoms by the end of the treatment cycle
40 million adults in the us (19.1%) have an anxiety disorder
"I have suffered from severe anxiety and panic attacks for many years. I have been under medical care for many years and I have taken almost every SSRI and Benzo to control my anxiety and panic attacks. I was very scared to try Ketamine as I was afraid of having a panic attack during the infusion. The staff at NW Ketamine answered all of my questions and did a in depth consultation with me after which time I decided to try the 6 Infusions. Today I just finished my 6th Infusion. I have not had a panic attack since my first Infusion. The results of the Infusions far exceeded my expectations. To anyone that suffers from severe anxiety, panic attacks or PTSD you know that trying to live with this condition can feel like living hell. For the first time in many years a weight has been lifted and I feel so happy and alive again.To anyone considering trying this treatment all I can say is that it is the best decision I have ever made. Leading up to the first Infusion I was so scared. I was scared of how the Ketamine will feel, I was scared of having a panic attack, I was scared of the unknown. The staff was so kind and understanding about my anxiety. They helped calm me down before the infusion and made me feel safe. After my first Infusion I felt lighter. With each infusion my anxiety continued to decrease. During the Infusions you are never left alone. There is always a member of the medical staff in the room with you. They monitor your vitals and keep you safe.Many people that are considering this treatment are probably wondering what does the Ketamine feel like. That is hard to answer because each treatment was slightly different for me, you will have different feelings and emotions with each session. What I can promise you is that it is very safe and that you don't need to be afraid.If you are suffering there is help. Ketamine can change your life."
– Stephen Mortell
Treatment options for anxiety
Our foundational program: 6 intravenous infusions administered over 2-3 weeks under careful monitoring by our trained medical staff
Ketamine + Therapy
Work through challenging life issues with Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy, our most involved program, with a licensed mental health counselor trained in psychedelic therapy
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