Fatigue is one of the most common symptoms of depression, affecting up to 90% of people diagnosed with depression, and can be one of the primary reasons depressed patients seek help. (1,2) But why does depression make you so tired? Depression Affects Neurotransmitters That Regulate Sleep Depression is a complex…

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As of Monday, July 13, we’ve reopened our doors and are thrilled to offer TMS again. We’re now accepting new patients, as well as new appointments for existing patients. Please call us at (212) 731-2033 or contact us online to make an appointment. Our COVID-19 Safety Precautions Our #1 priority…

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A partner’s support plays an important role in depression treatment. If your partner struggles with depression, here are some ways you can support them. Learn About Depression One of the best ways to support a partner with depression is to learn about the condition. When you’re able to identify signs…

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Getting exercise and getting out of the house are important ways to maintain good physical and mental health, especially after months of stay-at-home orders. Research tells us that spending time outside has a wide-range of positive effects on our health—being in green spaces can help lower the risk of high…

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Antidepressants are well-known to affect sleep quality. (1) So it’s natural for patients to wonder if TMS, an alternative depression treatment, can also cause insomnia or sleep disruption. The answer is not usually. In fact, TMS may actually improve sleep. The Relationship Between Depression and Insomnia Depression and insomnia have…

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Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is proven to relieve symptoms of depression in patients who don’t find symptom relief with other treatments like antidepressants and therapy. (1,2) Most patients go through TMS with zero to mild side effects. But some patients may experience what is commonly called a “dip” about halfway…

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