What is TMS Therapy? Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation or (TMS) Therapy, is a safe, non-invasive, non-medication treatment option for depression. The goal of TMS Therapy is to target areas of the brain that are under-active in depression sufferers. TMS Therapy uses magnets, similar to those used in an MRI, to stimulate nerve cells in the brain, specifically in the regions of the brain that control mood.
You have probably heard of antidepressant or antipsychotic medications. The have become a very common option for treating depression, anxiety, and variety of other diagnoses - some readers may even currently be subscribed these types of medications. But, do you know exactly what they are, or how safe and effective they are? In today's article we take a deeper look at antidepressant and antipsychotic medications, in relation to treating depression.
What is Transcrancial Magenetic Stimulation (TMS) Therapy? Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) Therapy is a safe, non-invasive, non-medication treatment option for depression. The goal of TMS Therapy is to target areas of the brain that are underactive in depression sufferers.
Temperatures are getting colder and colder, and snow is falling as we dive head-first into the winter season. During the transition from fall to winter, some people may have noticed that their mood began changing, and not for the better. If the winter season has you feeling down or depressed it’s possible Seasonal Affective Disorder is the culprit.
The holiday season is a time for joy, and being with friends and family. But, even though this time of year is full of cheer for some, it brings with it holiday stresses and anxiety for others. Here are three tips to help you cope with your depression and anxiety during the holiday season.