Imagine a life devoid of repetitive intrusive thoughts, urges, and images brought by OCD.
Through Ketamine infusion, we help minimize these obsessive behaviors.
Our healing center at Cedar Park, Texas has helped multiple patients break free from the limitations of OCD.
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OCD, or obsessive-compulsive disorder, is a type of anxiety disorder. It is defined by excessive thoughts that lead to repetitive behaviors. In many cases, patients experience significant fear of an adverse event that will occur if they do not do something in a specific way or number of times. Often, symptoms are very mild initially but become more severe over time.
Patients suffering from OCD are generally prescribed medication to help with their symptoms and usually go through talk therapy, as well. However, for many people, these treatments are not enough to restore their quality of life. Ketamine therapy has shown a marked ability to reduce obsessive thoughts and compulsions, as well as other symptoms, including anxiety, depression, and more.
If you’re interested in learning more about how ketamine therapy can help treat your OCD, schedule your free, no-obligation consultation.
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Yes, ketamine has been used successfully to treat OCD. It does this by altering the brain’s neural pathways and creating new synaptic connections. The result is a decrease (or elimination) of obsessive thoughts that lead to compulsive behaviors. Simply put, it can give you the ability to reclaim your life.
Yes, ketamine therapy has also been shown to help in reducing a wide range of symptoms associated with obsessive-compulsive disorder, including anxiety/fear, behavioral changes, and more.
All medications have some risk of side effects. Ketamine’s are mild and brief in most patients. In many cases, a sensation of cold is experienced, and most patients feel tired/fatigued after the treatment.