Ketamine for Bipolar?

From the Vancouver Sun

A new antidepressant being tested in Canada appears to do what no other drug can — increase connections between brain cells within hours to swiftly improve symptoms.

The finding by Yale University researchers may explain how one dose of ketamine can reduce symptoms of depression within 40 minutes among the hardest-to-treat cases, and could help spur development of quick-acting antidepressants.

Posted by leahpeah on August 24th, 2010
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1 Comment a “Ketamine for Bipolar?”

  1. Diana Lee says:

    I use Ketamine compounded into a nasal spray for treating chronic migraines and find it quite helpful. I hope more people will have access to this as a legitimate option. Who care that some people abuse it, ya know?!

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