Since we were young, we've been ingrained to call 9-1-1 in the case of an emergency. From house fires, car accidents, to someone requiring immediate medical attention--dialing this three-digit number has become second nature. Cell phones, which weren't even around when 9-1-1 came into existence (1968, in case you were wondering) are now designed to allow anyone to dial 9-1-1, whether the phone is locked or not. We've made it incredibly easy, and that ease of access has saved countless lives.
"TMS Therapy has changed my life. I’ve suffered from severe depression, severe PTSD (Non-Combat), and major depression for a little over 20 years. Please take a couple minutes to read this -- it may just save your life.
Having been in therapy for 20 years with several different counselors, we tried every traditional therapy, including EMDR. Nothing made a difference.
I wavered between life and death more times than I can count. Suicidal thoughts had become routine in my life. I’ll admit--I tried to commit suicide a few times and failed. My life was filled with so much darkness, that it was all I could see in front of me.
Here we are, creeping steadily closer to the shortest day of the year, the Winter Solstice on December 21st, the official start of winter. If you've managed to reset your daily routine (and that of your kids and pets) after the recent time change, you're doing pretty well. But what if you aren't? Well, there's a logical reason--and it's not just the start of the Christmas commercials on TV and the Christmas decor popping up in local stores.
Christopher Blackburn, TMS Solutions Founder is pleased to announce, that along with Dr. Meghann Sprague, they will begin treating patients for their depression at their second Spokane location at 765 Holland Road, Suite 1, Spokane, WA 99218. Phone: 509-505-1283.
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It is not uncommon for new mothers to have a period of depression or anxiety after the birth of their child, generally referred to as the “baby blues.” This can include disruption in sleep, increase in anxiety, mood swings, crying, etc. In about 15% of cases, these symptoms become long-lasting and more severe, turning into what is clinically referred to as postpartum depression.