Signs You Could Benefit From TMS Treatment

You have a diagnosis of major depressive disorder.
Major depressive disorder is a common and serious medical illness affecting more than 13 million Americans in any given year. Individuals with major depressive disorder can experience feelings of worthlessness, changes in energy levels, trouble making decisions, and difficulty concentrating. When several of these symptoms occur simultaneously and last longer than two weeks, it is best to seek professional care.

Traditional medications to treat depression have not worked.
The most common treatment for depression is antidepressant medications. However, antidepressants do not work for everybody. Many people are resistant to medications and must seek alternative treatment options.

You are not satisfied with the results you get from your medications.
It is possible that your medications provide you with some relief from your symptoms, but perhaps they are not effective enough. If you are not satisfied with the results you get from your medications, TMS treatment might be a better option for you. TMS Center of Colorado will work with you to find the best solution.

You cannot tolerate the side effects of your medication(s).
Antidepressants can often result in unwanted side effects such as weight gain, sexual problems, upset stomach, sleepiness, and dry mouth. For some patients, the side effects are unmanageable. TMS treatment is an effective way to treat depression and avoid the side effects of medications. Many of our patients have sought out TMS therapy after trying multiple trials of antidepressants.

Your depression and anxiety symptoms interfere with your daily life.
When symptoms of depression interfere with ordinary functioning, you should seek professional advice and treatment. If left untreated, depression can lead to grave consequences. TMS Center of Colorado is here to help you find the best treatment for your individual situation. Find relief by seeking treatment today.

TMS Treatment at TMS Center of Colorado

TMS Center of Colorado offers several TMS treatment options at our Denver and Lakewood offices. To learn more about TMS treatment or schedule your appointment, please contact TMS Center of Colorado at 303-884-3867 today.




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