After a terrible day, it’s common to lie awake at night dealing with your thoughts and feelings. However, if you find you’re having trouble falling or staying asleep on a
What is TMS Maintenance and How Can It Cure Depression?
Studies have shown that Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation is an effective treatment for individuals with Depression. But even if an index course of TMS therapy is successful, clinical management of a
Is TMS Painful?
Depression is so painful that people suffering with it often want nothing more than to feel better. With TMS being an increasingly popular method of treating depression, people want to
How Does TMS Work?
Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is a high-performance depression treatment that has been FDA-approved for over ten years. This non-invasive, non-convulsive procedure is performed during sessions that last 30 to 45
Anxiety vs. Depression: The Difference and Their Connections
Anxiety and depression are both psychiatric conditions and it is common for a patient to have both conditions at once. Although they are two of the most common psychiatric conditions,
Can You Use Exercise to Treat Depression?
Patients suffering from depression and other mental health issues often look for ways to alleviate their symptoms. If you have a history of depression, you might wonder, “Can I use
Avoid Antidepressant Withdrawal and Other Side Effects with TMS Therapy
Finding the right treatment for clinical depression, also known as major depression, can be challenging. Often times, a single treatment method is not effective on its own, which is why
Overcoming Loneliness with TMS Depression Therapy
Oftentimes, loneliness and depression go hand in hand. Depression can cause us to neglect our relationships, and in the absence of social support, we begin to feel isolated and lonely.
NYC Depression Treatment
NYC depression treatment can be difficult to find. There are a variety of different treatment options that patients may seek and it’s important to talk to a therapist and/or a
Does TMS Hurt?
“Does TMS hurt?” is one of the most common questions we receive. Mid City TMS is here to explain that while transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) patients occasionally report mild headaches