Week Two Update – Prime TMS First VA Choice Program Referral

By |2019-01-17T17:10:09+00:00January 17th, 2019|Client Journal Entry|0 Comments

Deep TMS – Week Two

End of week two, reflecting on the week in general, big picture, not just talking about treatment times in the office, but thinking about all of the changes that are occurring. So, they are now slowly increasing the energy of the magnetic pulses being administered during my treatments, which appears to have continued positive results for me.

Last week I talked about what did or didn’t happen. As I indicated before, there are just some things that have not changed to a great extent. We all know our symptoms and reactions to our severe depression, lack of energy, reclusiveness, lack of interest in daily activities, etc. They are so completely debilitating yet others simply don’t understand why we do what we do.

All of those symptoms continue, although not near as severe as they were a few weeks ago. Two of the most amazing results I’ve noticed, is the lack of suicidal thoughts or ideations and my anxiety level continues to decrease dramatically with each treatment. With the level of my anxiety dropping dramatically and consistently, life is starting to become more open to me. The lack of that anxiety, I simply don’t dwell on the negatives or be consumed with worry.

The treatment itself, I can tell that the level of energy in the pulses has increased but there is still no discomfort, pain or side effects. I can feel my mood improving and I am starting to leave my treatments feeling a sense of refreshment. I don’t know if this is a direct result of the treatment or a result of the changes brought on by treatment, but my craving for alcohol has also diminished considerably.

So, I am at the end of week two. My depression is not cured, but I know that I am in a much better place than I was two weeks ago. Thank you for reading and remember, I am available to speak with anyone interested in Deep TMS for themselves or a loved one. Just go to the contact page and leave your information, I would be happy to call or email.