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Talk to Us: September/October 2018

Zoloft & the Sacred from the previous issue
Help for Depression I read with great interest the article titled “Zoloft & the Sacred.” As a nurse practitioner working in psychiatry, my day is filled with patients seeking help with depression and anxiety. Pharmacological management can be helpful and for many it’s a life-changing experience. As the article pointed out, there is a price many pay for having a stable mood. The price can include flattening (“I know I should be happy, but I just can’t express it”) or sexual side effects (lack of desire, inability to orgasm, etc.). Those are only two of the host of common side effects one can experience, yet they are very troublesome for many. Others say, “I’m better. Let’s just leave good enough alone.” To me, a “good enough” life isn’t living, and I strive to help each and every patient live their best life—whatever that looks like for them. In my quest for the best, there is a treatment that is less known called repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS). The machine uses electromagnetic energy to “wake up” the brain and improve mood, concentration, and focus. While this treatment i …
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