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Our Glenwood Springs, CO wellness center and integrative medicine clinic is happy to share its thoughts on the latest developments in depression treatment, ketamine research, mental health, holistic wellness, and more.
Now that winter is here, many of us have a greater interest in taking better care of ourselves and our families in order to be less susceptible to getting sick. We wanted to talk about how to improve the function of your immune system.
One of the most effective strategies for getting through the pandemic is putting more time and attention into self-care. Being extra kind to yourself and creating habits that nurture your body, mind and spirit can be a real life-saver against the backdrop of day-to-day stresses exacerbated by Covid-inspired social distancing, isolation, fear, anxiety, or grief. So, please, do things for yourself that make your body feel better, bring a sense of calm to your mind and raise your spirits.
Here in Colorado and in many other places, it feels like winter has arrived after a mild weather November. The days are getting shorter and that will continue for another month, while colder weather and snow become the norm. Many of us feel a sense of “winter blues”...
The most frequently asked questions we receive from our patients and broader community revolve around the patient experience during a ketamine infusion. In this post, we’ll answer questions such as: what is it like during the infusion? How long will it take? When will I feel better? Do you take insurance?
We’ll answer questions such as: Will a ketamine infusion be safe for me or my patient? How does the clinic collaborate with my other health care providers? What are some of the conditions treated with ketamine? Do I need a referral?
Autumn is a time of year when many people get out to enjoy seasonal fall colors as the leaves turn from green to yellow, orange and crimson. It is a lovely time to be outside, to relax, and to take a little time away from busy daily life. If you are someone who does...
Brain Rhythms & States of Consciousness: Seeking Understanding of the Anti-depressive Effect of Ketamine
Earlier this month, NPR reported that “scientists were able to reproduce the altered state often associated with ketamine by inducing certain brain cells to fire together in a slow, rhythmic fashion.”
From an integrative medicine viewpoint, practicing meditation is one of the best things you can do for your health and wellness. The benefits of meditation are well documented, it is a natural and non-invasive intervention, and its benefits encompass body, mind and...
Last month, CNN reported some stunning figures from a white paper published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Among those we found most interesting: Poor nutrition is the leading cause of illnesses in the US. 3 of 4 adults in the US are overweight or...
Depending on where you look or who you ask, you will get a different answer. Andrew Weil, who founded the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine in 1994, chose the phrase “integrative medicine” to talk about the type of medicine he wanted to practice and teach. He...
One of the most powerful benefits of therapeutic ketamine treatments is the speed with which some patients receive relief. Patients have reported that even after just a single treatment, their perspective shifts profoundly, including feeling more hopeful about life. ...
One of the key principles of integrative medicine is that patient and practitioner function as partners in the healing process. The paired concepts of “set” and “setting” reflect this partnership especially well. These terms were first used in the early 1960s by the...
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