Psychiatrists Who Accept Insurance in Riverside County
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by Kyle
3M ago
If you are looking for a psychiatrist in Murrieta, California, Temecula, or elsewhere in Riverside County, it can sometimes be difficult to find a psychiatrist who accepts insurance. Many psychiatrists, therapists, and other mental health providers have elected not to enroll with major health insurance carriers like Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, Cigna, or TRICARE, making it hard for patients looking for mental health care for depression, anxiety, PTSD, or similar mental health concerns. Worse, sometimes a provider is in network with your insurance but is not accepting new patients at ..read more
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Why TMS Works for Treatment Resistant Depression
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by Dave Maxwell
3M ago
Finding an effective depression treatment can be a challenge. The standard protocol is to prescribe an antidepressant medication and evaluate the patient’s response. If that medication does not adequately control the depression, or if the side effects of the medication are too severe, a new prescription is issued for a different antidepressant. This process continues until either a medication is deemed “good enough” or the patient gives up and stops trying. Sound familiar? If so, you might be dealing with treatment resistant depression. What is Treatment Resistant Depression? Treatment-resist ..read more
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Does TRICARE Cover TMS?
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by Luke Barton
5M ago
For many military members, the transition back to civilian life can be a difficult one. The stressors of military life, not to mention time away from friends, family and familiar surroundings – can bring on mental health challenges, including depression and PTSD. Too many active duty or retired military encounter struggle with depression, PTSD, anxiety or other mental health issues because they simply don’t know where to turn for help. First, let’s start with the good news: TRICARE insurance covers mental health treatment – including TMS therapy – for military members and their families. At I ..read more
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Dealing with Depression – How to Get out of a Depressive Episode
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by ietms
1y ago
Having to deal with depression is one of the most challenging mental illness endeavors anyone can have to undertake. Depression is like a hole that keeps digging itself. Depression puts you in a place where you lose energy, motivation, and hope, the three feelings you need to take you out of it in the first place. Nonetheless, we say dealing with severe depression is difficult, not impossible. We seek to stand by you through education on the healthiest ways to deal with mental illness and how to get out of negative thoughts and depressive symptoms. Stay with us. Depression vs. Depressive Episo ..read more
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TMS and Brain Health – Can TMS Cause Brain Damage?
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by ietms
1y ago
Depression is a debilitating condition that causes a significant decrease in life quality. While many treatments exist, they don’t always work. Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is a revolutionary solution that uses magnetic fields for nerve cell stimulation. Many people are worried about trying transcranial magnetic stimulation since it directly affects the brain. However, this non-invasive procedure has been demonstrating impressive results. The FDA-approved brain stimulation for treating depression was back in 2008. Since then, numerous studies have confirmed repetitive transcranial m ..read more
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Signs Your Antidepressant Dose is Too High – The Drawbacks of Antidepressants 
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by Preston Powell
1y ago
Antidepressants are drugs prescribed to treat symptoms associated with social anxiety disorder, depression, seasonal affective disorder, and dysthymia. They’re used to regulate or correct chemicals in the brain responsible for mood and behavior change.  These medications are intended to help treat symptoms of depression and anxiety. Starting an antidepressant is something that should be discussed with a medical professional.  Like any other drug, it’s essential to take antidepressants as prescribed. Taking too high or too low doses can be ineffective and dangerous. Read on to learn m ..read more
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Can Depression Cause Memory Loss?
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by ietms
1y ago
Depression can be devastating because of how much it impacts your health. But the same condition can also affect your cognitive function, mainly related to memory loss. For the more than 20 million adults in the United States experiencing depression, experiencing this symptom can be devastating. As if the resulting mental health struggles weren’t enough, confusion and forgetfulness can make patients question themselves and further impact their daily lives. Understanding the correlation between depression and experiencing memory loss and how to address the issue can be a core piece of the puzzl ..read more
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TMS vs. Ketamine
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by ietms
2y ago
More than 280 million people suffer from depression globally. Some people experience the worst depressive cases with mental health conditions that are much harder to treat with antidepressants. In the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, researchers have found more effective and proven ways to treat depression. These treatments include Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) and Ketamine. Globally, these are the most effective treatments for depression. However, many people don’t fully understand these medical treatments for depression or how they work to treat depression symptoms. Treatment-Resista ..read more
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Self-Sabotaging & Depression
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by ietms
2y ago
There are many facets to depression. One thing that many people with depression experience is self-sabotage. People with mental health struggles may find it hard to avoid sabotaging their daily lives.  This happens when people undermine themselves. They do things that prevent them from being successful. For example, they might decide to skip class, knowing this action will result in a lower grade. Or they might reach for a bottle of alcohol to cope with stress. Some will reach for alcohol even though they know the negative consequences. While some self-sabotaging behaviors are conscious ..read more
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PrTMS vs. rTMS
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by ietms
2y ago
Science continues to pioneer research into brain health, resulting in significant breakthroughs, developing various technologies and techniques, and benefitting multiple disciplines. Research continues to investigate the viability of these modalities to effect positive results in several areas. These areas include psychology, neurology, neurosurgery, physical therapy, and pediatrics. Specifically, brain stimulation therapies deliver promising results for those struggling with depression, especially when other treatments have not been effective. One such therapy, transcranial magnetic stimulati ..read more
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