Social Anxiety after Pandemic: Treatment with Ketamine

Social Anxiety after Pandemic: Treatment with Ketamine

By ketamine@dmin | June 10th, 2021 | Categories: Anxiety, Ketamine Infusion Therapy

Many people are experiencing a heightened level of social anxiety after the pandemic. It may appear to be a minor condition, but it can have an adverse impact on almost every aspect of life. Work performance, personal relationships, health and mental peace can be disrupted with persistent symptoms of anxiety.

While experiencing some degree of anxiety about quarantine ending is normal, when it begins to trouble all aspects of life, treatment may be required.

Ketamine treatments are a safe and proven way to heal anxiety disorders and provide relief from its negative effects. Over the last few years, Ketamine Infusion Therapy has emerged as a potential healing solution for depressive disorders, mood disorders and anxiety. Ketamine infusion is already improving the lives of thousands of patients who suffer from the symptoms of anxiety.

Patients can expect near instant relief from anxiety symptoms with Ketamine Infusion Therapy. In conjunction with ongoing therapy to treat anxiety, ketamine can reduce the impact of the symptoms to help a patient achieve a healthier, more productive and happier life.

Ketamine Clinics of Los Angeles, led by Dr. Steven Mandel, provides ketamine treatments to patients in Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, Orange County, California, and surrounding locations.

Ketamine Restores Synaptic Connections to Heal Social Anxiety After Lockdown

Ketamine Infusion Therapy can help you manage social anxiety after lockdown because it works by healing and promoting the synaptic connections in your brain, according to researchers at the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH). According to Carlos Zarate of the Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program at NIMH, the improvements and changes in brain cells are visible under a microscope when ketamine is administered.

Healthy neurons appear like a tree in spring, Zarate says. They have multiple branches and leaves extending toward synaptic connections with other neurons. When the symptoms of depression or anxiety occur, these branches and leaves tend to shrivel and it appears like a tree in winter. With ketamine infusion, it is possible to restore the tree to look like the one in spring.

Zarate also says that there is some evidence to suggest that Ketamine IV Therapy can restore synaptic connections in people. Zarate and his team evaluated 30 patients suffering from the symptoms of severe anxiety who had been put on Ketamine Infusion Therapy.

Researchers found changes in brainwave activity, which showed that ketamine had improved connections between neurons in such areas of the brain that induce anxiety and depression.

Healing Effects of Ketamine IV Therapy on Anxiety

Fear of pain, suffering, loss, or emotional setbacks can contribute to severe symptoms of anxiety. A variety of other anxiety triggers may also occur, and the stress may have multiple layers. 

This is particularly true for those suffering from PTSD, also known as post-traumatic stress disorder. When someone experiences an extremely traumatic event, the chemistry in the brain changes. Conventional treatment may not always work, and ketamine for PTSD can offer a healing touch and mitigate the adverse feelings and anxiety.

People who are not able to benefit from their existing therapies and medications can receive good healing support with Ketamine Therapy. Many patients who seek relief from deep seated anxiety symptoms can improve their quality of life with the healing effects of ketamine.

World-renowned pioneer Dr. Steven Mandel receives patients from Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, Orange County, California, and nearby areas for ketamine infusion treatments.

For more information about Ketamine Infusion Therapy treatments for depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), fibromyalgia, pain syndromes and other conditions contact us at the Ketamine Clinics of Los Angeles in Southern California (Orange County) by clicking here or calling  310-270-0625


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