Psychedelics have become known for their visionary experiences, higher states of consciousness, mood and sense enhancement, and ability to elicit perceptual shifts within one’s psyche. When used in the context of a healing journey—that is , seeking to heal oneself from pain or trauma—they can provide a powerful platform by which to transform the self through deep and personal psychedelic experiences. In many cases, this can even lead to profound “breakthroughs” that shift a person’s understanding of themselves and their world. When this happens, one is often left to wonder, “what now?”, or “how do I use this information to improve my life?”
Let’s start off with a bit of clarity around what ketamine is and how Ketamine Therapy works on the brain. Ketamine is a dissociative compound that has long been used as an anesthetic in operating rooms and on battlefields. Over time, it showed to have some unexpected side effects- including the alleviation of depressive symptoms and suicidality.
Ketamine Therapy has since emerged and has shown to be effective in lessening symptoms of debilitating conditions such as treatment-resistant depression, anxiety disorders, PTSD and other depressive disorders.
With its growing popularity as a treatment for a wide-ranging number of conditions, it’s increasingly likely you’ve heard of Ketamine as an emerging therapeutic option. As Ketamine treatment clinics continue to surface, we’re presented with a newly legal alternative to traditional medical approaches in our healing journeys. This inevitably raises important questions for anyone seeking this type of treatment. How does Ketamine feel? And how does Ketamine treatment work?
Let’s take a look.
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