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Anxiety can be crippling but sustained relief is possible

Our program of physician-directed ketamine therapy can help fill in the gaps where traditional pharmaceutical and psychotherapy fall short.

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What is Anxiety?

We all feel anxious from time to time as we are confronted with and respond to various stresses in our lives. Chronic anxiety expressed as a disorder is an entirely different experience altogether. Feelings of anxiety may linger, manifest, and can worsen over time. Virtually every facet of life can be obstructed by crippling anxiety including personal relationships, performance, and working towards goals. Simply navigating through daily life’s tasks can become a grand undertaking. Anxiety may also correlate to other mood disorders. In fact, nearly 50% of adults diagnosed with depression also suffer from an anxiety disorder. The good news is that anxiety is treatable. Effective therapeutic approaches can help those afflicted place their worries in a manageable container and move forward with aspects of their life that had previously been disrupted by anxiety disorder. 

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Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)

Includes excessive anxiety or worry, occurring on most days for a minimum of six months. 

Panic Disorder (Panic Attacks)

Includes repeated and unexpected panic attacks, defined as sudden periods of heightened fear that may or may not be caused by a trigger. 

Social Anxiety Disorder

Includes a general fear of, or anxiety toward, social or performance situations.

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the U.S., affecting 40 million adults every year, yet only 37% of those suffering receive treatment.
Anxiety & Depression Association of America

Symptoms of Depression

  • Restlessness, nervousness, or feeling strained
  • Fearfulness, panic, or feeling like you are not in control
  • Chronic fatigue, lethargy, or weakness
  • Trembling, twitching, or muscle tension
  • Difficulty sleeping, restlessness, or poor quality of sleep
  • Rapid heart rate, difficulty breathing, or hyperventilation 
  • Panic attacks
  • Avoidance of social situations
  • Development of phobias

Ketamine: A Breakthrough in Anxiety Treatment

Traditional anti-anxiety medications and psychiatric care may not provide ample relief for those suffering from moderate to severe anxiety disorders. Ketamine therapy has been shown to deliver rapid and prolonged relief without any of the serious side effects that are all too common among pharmaceutical treatment strategies. Side effects can often exacerbate patients who are being treated for anxiety as new ailments caused by medication create new areas of worry. Furthermore, the dissociative and inward-looking nature of ketamine therapy allows for patients to view their patterned behavior with a heightened clarity, less judgement, and more compassion. Patients who respond to ketamine therapy report significant reductions in their anxiety, leading to improvements in overall functionality and outlook while regaining control over their lives.

Backed by Evidence

Medical journals have steadily been publishing the results of trials where ketamine was utilized to treat patients suffering from Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Social Anxiety Disorder, and Panic Attacks.

Our Program

Tripsitter Clinic’s program of at-home, low-dose ketamine therapy can be the difference-maker in your mental health treatment plan. Part of ketamine’s impressive clinical pedigree is its ability to provide immediate and sustained relief to both moderate and severe cases of anxiety disorder.

Striving Towards Overall Wellness

Every patient and anxiety disorder is different. We encourage working directly with your primary care physician to arrive at the appropriate treatment type in order to tackle your anxiety head-on so that you can have solid grounding in securing overall wellness. As you embark on your treatment plan with Tripsitter Clinic, a licensed physician will evaluate your medical history, current medications you are taking, your history of anxiety, and establish concrete goals for your treatment.

If you or someone you know is in immediate distress or is thinking about hurting themselves, call or text the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline toll-free: Call:1-800-273-TALK (8255) Text: HELLO to 741741

We celebrate excellent success rates in the treatment of:

Low-dose ketamine treatments are safe for the majority of individuals. Those with a history of psychosis or schizophrenia, however, are a poor fit for this particular therapy due to well-documented medical contraindications and will not be approved for treatment during the screening process.

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