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depression sucks!

Fighting depression

Help is available

If you or someone you know is experiencing difficult or overwhelming emotions, it can be helpful to reach out for support. You don’t have to go through this alone, and there are people who can help. Whether you are feeling sad, hopeless, or like life isn’t worth living, there are resources available to help you through this difficult time.
It’s important to know that it’s okay to ask for help, and that you don’t have to feel ashamed or embarrassed about your emotions. Many people experience difficult emotions at some point in their lives, and seeking help is a sign of strength. With the right support and treatment, it is possible to find a way through this and start feeling better.

Warning signs

Recognizing the signs that someone may be struggling with their emotions is an important step in helping them get the support they need. Some common signs include:

  • Withdrawing from activities they used to enjoy
  • Feeling more irritable or on edge than usual
  • Changes in sleep or appetite
  • Expressing feelings of hopelessness or worthlessness

It’s important to remember that not everyone who is struggling will exhibit these signs, and some people may be very good at hiding how they are feeling. However, if you are concerned about someone and notice changes in their behavior or mood, it may be worth reaching out to offer your support and see if they need help finding additional resources.

How TMS can help

During depression, the brain is not operating at full capacity in the areas responsible for emotional regulation. Signals along the neural pathways that would normally regulate moods and emotions do not work properly when a person is depressed.
TMS is non-invasive and works by sending short magnetic pulses to the areas of the brain affected by depression – stimulating and activating neural pathways to restore the emotional control center.

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Benefits of TMS

Non-invasive, no anaesthesia

Allows for increased patient comfort, fewer side effects, and greater accessibility to treatment as it does not involve any surgical procedures or incisions.

Does not affect cognitive function

Allowing patients to continue with their daily activities immediately after treatment.

Mild and transient side effects

TMS’s side effects, such as scalp discomfort or headache, are mild and temporary. Tingling sensations, muscle twitching, or lightheadedness may also occur. These side effects resolve quickly and do not require specific treatment. Click here to read more about TMS safety information.

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