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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  Managing depressive symptoms is an important aspect of any treatment for depression, including repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS). Wellness practices hold a great amount of value as a complementary approach that helps patients foster self compassion and self care during treatment. Not only do many of our patients report…

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  Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and antidepressant medication are both treatment options for depression that work in different ways. Antidepressant medication restores emotional balance to the chemicals in the brain, while transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) uses non-invasive magnetic pulses to stimulate the brain’s mood center. Studies have found similar success…

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