Entries by Wayne Kessler

SPRAVATO An Alternative For Treatment-Resistant Depression

An Alternative For Treatment-Resistant Depression- SPRAVATO SPRAVATO™ is the only NMDA receptor antagonist approved in conjunction with an oral antidepressant for treatment-resistant depression. It contains esketamine, an alternative for treatment-resistant depression, and is a schedule III-controlled substance, related to ketamine, an anesthetic that also has been studied to help in the treatment of depression. What […]

Psychiatrists And Mental Health Counseling Options Houston

Who Provides Mental Health Counseling and Treatment? In my last blog article, I talked about The Importance Of A Correct Diagnosis of Mental Illness.  I spoke about the importance of getting a thorough medical screening by your primary care provider, first, to rule out any medical conditions that might cause physical or emotional symptoms. In […]

Psychiatrist For Anxiety and Depression Houston

Psychiatrist For Anxiety and Depression Houston Shares Facts About Mental Illness Research On Anxiety and Depression Research on mental illness shows that mental illnesses are common in the United States.  According to the National Institute of Mental Health, tens of millions of people experience depression and anxiety each year. In fact, some research even suggests […]

Can Magnets Really Help Depression? TMS Therapy Results

TMS Therapy and Depression Treatment If you are suffering from major depression, you know that every day can seem difficult and hopeless. And you are not alone. The Latest Statistics on Major Depression from the National Institute of Mental Health(NIMH) in 2016 show that: In the United States, an estimated 16.2 million adults in the […]

How Anxiety and/or Depression Comes With ADHD

Comorbidity of ADHD and Anxiety or Depression People often picture a person with ADHD as someone who is extremely hyperactive. They rarely picture someone who is anxious or depressed. However, a person who suffers from ADHD and anxiety and/or depression is a common scenario. Anxiety and depression are often comorbid with ADHD, which means they often occur […]