Fast-acting benefits of ketamine for depression and suicidality
4 days ago - By ScienceDaily
A nasal spray formulation of ketamine shows promise in the rapid treatment of symptoms of major depression and suicidal thoughts, according to a new study. The double-blind study compared the standard treatment plus an intranasal formulation of esketamine, part of the ketamine molecule, to standard treatment plus a placebo for rapid treatment of symptoms of major depression, including suicidality, among individuals at imminent suicide risk.
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Intranasal formulation of ketamine shows promise in rapid treatment of depression, suicidality
4 days ago - By News Medical
A nasal spray formulation of ketamine shows promise in the rapid treatment of symptoms of major depression and suicidal thoughts, according to a new study published online today in The American Journal of Psychiatry.
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Rhinoplasty and breathing disorders
4 days ago - By Facial Aesthetic Surgery
Rhinoplasty a nose reshaping surgery is often thought of as a cosmetic procedure and although many people get it for cosmetic reasons, it can also be used to improve breathing function. Nasal surgery that's used in order to improve breathing function is often referred to as functional rhinoplasty. WIth functional rhinoplasty, improvements are made to the airway function without affecting the shape of the nose.
Many people suffer with breathing disorders due to the structure of their nose. Some common problems that come with a restricted nasal passage include -
Disturbance of sleep
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Nasal Spray can Act Fast to Prevent Suicidal Thoughts in Depression
4 days ago - By Medindia Health
Nasal formulation of ketamine has shown promising results in the rapid treatment of symptoms of suicidal thoughts and major depression, finds a new study.
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