6 Evidence-based Natural Remedies for Depression

In the U.S, millions of people suffer from depression—many of which have been left hopeless due to treatment failure. The standard procedure for treating depression is a combination of talk therapy and a daily selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI). However, with the traditional combination failing to deliver for so many, new remedies are desperately needed. Hopefully, through a combination of both pharmaceutical and natural treatment approaches, finding relief for the symptoms of treatment resistant depression may be 60-70% more likely.

As the evidence suggests, there are some natural treatment methods that have shown to have lasting positive effects on those who suffer from depression:

In addition to these integrative approaches to positive physical and mental health, combining traditional antidepressants with other solutions like ketamine infusions may work just as well. In fact, many patients who have tried ketamine infusions for their depression have found it helpful within their first 2 infusions. If you want to learn more about the treatment options we can offer you, give our clinic a call today. Use our online booking tool if you would like to schedule a free consultation.

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