We live in a broken world, no doubt. Take a look around. We see more heartache, despair, pain, corruptness, and rising mental health concerns. Can advances in psychiatric medicine help?
People all around the world are exhausted from the COVID-19 pandemic and all the negative change it’s brought about. The resulting economic recession has contributed to the global mental health crisis, with 4 in 10 adults in the U.S. reporting symptoms of a depressive disorder and anxiety. This is up from 1 in 10 adults in June of 2019. Further, a poll performed last July 2020 found that people are reporting difficulty sleeping and eating, experiencing worsening symptoms of chronic health conditions, and have increased use of alcohol consumption and substances. Of those polled, they specifically correlated their deterioration with stress and worry over the coronavirus.
We have all watched this wonderful nation over the last year completely unfold. We have felt sorrow, fear, anxiety, depression, alienation, disappointment, division, insecurity, and uncertainty. For many, this has expanded to division, disillusionment, distrust, anger, pain, grief, and mourning for the loss of loved ones, businesses, and jobs.
With the COVID-19 pandemic, a devastating economy, media wars, heart-wrenching stories of loss, crime, the surfacing of racial wars and injustices that permeate news media, controversy over rights, and laws changing drastically – people long for the return of normalcy.
The chaos is burdening with little hope for a healed nation. It has impacted both, the physical and mental health of people all across the nation (world). Humanity is crying out for hope, change, resolution, explanations, truth, security, and healing for ourselves and our nation.
While no one person or entity can ‘fix’ such a broken world, we can all play a part in the restoration. We have a duty to help one another as we work to help ourselves through these triumphant times. Amidst the storm, joy can still be felt, dreams can still be dreamed, relationships can still be restored, healing can still occur, love still exists, and together we can overcome any challenge. But, one thing is for sure, no one can do it alone.
For those who are suffering from debilitating symptoms of mental health conditions, such as depression, anxiety, substance abuse – there are advances in psychiatry medicine that can help. Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is hope for a restored livelihood.
TMS is one of the fastest-growing advances in psychiatric medicine, especially since the coronavirus pandemic. TMS is a brief outpatient therapy that is safe, effective, and FDA-approved for conditions like depression. Insurance overs TMS for treatment-resistant depression and treats the condition at its source.
Many physicians are using TMS therapy to successfully treat other conditions, such as anxiety, addiction, bipolar depression, and other condition. TMS is non-invasive and patients can immediately return to normal activities with no downtime.
In a world of such chaos, it can be very challenging to get the help you need. Mental health clinics, psychiatry offices, therapists and counselors, and even primary care doctors have long waitlists. Other contributing factors include no insurance due to the loss of a job or unaffordable insurance through the marketplace. However, there are hundreds of clinicians who are restoring hope in those suffering from severe mental health conditions by offering advanced psychiatric care with transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS).
Today as a safe and effective treatment for major depressive disorder. Much research shows its safety and efficacy for a number of other psychiatric conditions. While TMS is not a permanent cure, it offers long-term relief and remission for the majority of patients who elect it as a treatment option. Insurance overs TMS for the treatment of depression when medications and therapy have not provided sufficient relief. Moreover, TMS can restore and repair neural pathways in the brain, thus bringing balance to your mood and the symptoms associated with depression.
TMS Directory can help you find a TMS therapy provider near you. We desire to help those suffering from mental health conditions.
TMS Directory helps those with nowhere to turn. We seek to educate people all across the U.S. who are suffering from crippling mental health conditions with the most up-to-date psychiatric news and available treatments. We understand that it can be difficult to find the help you need. If you need further assistance, please contact us directly at 1-833-TMS-HELP (867-4357).
TMS Directory strives to do its part in this broken world by delivering resourceful information to those suffering from mental and behavioral health conditions.