Glossary

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Terms

Ketamine – Ketamine is a disassociative anesthetic, entirely unique in its effects of the brain.

Infusion -The most common type of ketamine therapy, the medication delivered via IV over an extended period of time.

Disassociative – a class of drugs identified by their effects. Generally, they produce a feeling of distance from the body and mind’s usual physical reality.

Neurogenesis – the birth of new neurons in the brain.

TRD – Treatment Resistant Depression

GAD – Generalized Anxiety Disorder

PTSD – Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Dopamine – Dopamine is one of the primary brain chemicals responsible for the feelings of Pleasure, rewarding behavior, Energy, Focus, Motivation, and much more.

Norepinephrine

Serotonin

NMDA

Esketamine – half of the ketamine molecule recently placed under patent and approved by the FDA for Depression. By doing this, pharmaceutical companies are selling a drug with almost no testing, large margins of error, and without 50 years of safe human usage. Purely to make money off of suffering.

Sensory Deprivation