RESEARCH

Browse through articles of news and information about the latest ketamine research and clinical study findings.

Ketamine for Depression & PTSD

Researchers discovered the powerful antidepressant effects of ketamine in 2013. Since then, study after study—clinical trial after clinical trial—has proven the same thing: ketamine for depression may be the most groundbreaking medical discovery of our lifetime. Effective in 70% of patients, even those who have resisted other therapies, ketamine continues to show immense promise for those suffering with debilitating forms of depression, anxiety, PTSD, bipolar disorder, postpartum depression, and other psychiatric disorders.

More Than Just a Trip: Why Does Ketamine Work for Depression When Nothing Else Does?

Even though depression is a common and debilitating mental illness, the last groundbreaking medication released for it was Prozac, approved in 1987. Throughout the last 20 years, though…read more

Therapists Are Unprepared to Talk to People About Taking Psychedelics

The psychedelic revolution has arrived—yet psychologists still have major gaps in knowledge… read more

The Complete Guide to Ketamine Therapy for Depression, From Someone Who’s Tried It

Despite having done my research, I still didn’t feel like I had a good idea of exactly what it would feel like…. read more

Ketamine Could Be the Key to Reversing America’s Rising Suicide Rate

A version of the club drug is expected to be approved for depression in March. Researchers think it could help treat suicidal thinking… read more

The path to better medicine is paved with accidental yet revolutionary discoveries. In this well-told tale of how science happens, neuroscientist Rebecca Brachman shares news of a serendipitous breakthrough treatment that may prevent mental disorders like depression and PTSD from ever developing. And listen for an unexpected — and controversial — twist.

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