Over the past decade, researchers have become more interested in ketamine as a treatment for clinical depression. Also known as Special K, its mood-altering effects have long been enjoyed by club-goers. Ketamine is also regularly used in dental practices for certain procedures, because it doesn’t require the heart and breathing monitoring that most anesthetics do.
Research done over the past decade — on both on mice and humans — suggest it could help depression symptoms.
But is ketamine ready for prime-time clinical use in the treatment of depression?
Let’s find out…
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