The link is a no-brainer really.
But please do get yourself checked by a medical doc on the NHS before spending hard-earned cash on other methods. And if you are on meds for depression or start them, please be careful.
The first thing to find out some proper way like TMS, rTMS, TRD method. TMS and both rTMS method based on some electrical method , has a coil and electrical method, in a TMS machine.
What's proper and what's not proper? This is too glib for my liking. What 'electrical method'? I thought that ECT was now out of fashion and not a guaranteed effective treatment.
It's depression treatment easy and comfortable for patient because it's easily find out the bad sector of gray matter which responsible for depression. On the side, not like so critical condition as depression.
What 'bad sector of gray matter' are we talking about here? And how can anyone know exactly where it is in each individual. We are not all structured exactly like a text book.
Sleep Apnea is only just depression after wake up from sleep on bed.
Sorry. This is just woffle.
TMS and TRD are not so much costly.
Oh really. So how 'not so much costly' are they ... and where do you find them?
So, you can choose as a best way and best way of method for stimulating and relaxing depression.This represents an important step leading to a more widespread use of TMS in the management of TRD.
What does the poster mean by 'stimulating and relaxing depression'? Yes, it may be a post written by someone whose first language is not English, but it really needs clarifying.
If you struggle with depression, and medications did not offer you the improvement you expected, contact TMS center to check if the transcranial magnetic stimulation is the right step for you.
This sounds like advertising, albeit without a contact name, address or phone number. Depression can require long-term treatment, and anyone expecting a 'quick fix' is setting themselves up for disappointment.
If you are clinically depressed, are you sure that you are in a fit state of mind to make judgements about and to change your treatment, especially if it means dropping your allopathic doc for an alternative treatment?
Perhaps this 'method' might make you feel better temporarily, but there is no guarantee that it will 'cure' your depression in the long term or for good.
If I seem to be overreacting, I accept that you are entitled to your opinion. I'm simply speaking from personal experience of longterm treatment for depression linked to Sleep Apnoea, and also having had to undertake a relatively long term serverance programme (and educate my GP at the same time) to come off my medication successfully and without undue side effects or risk of rebound. I am now 5 years clear of medication, and would not like to see anyone being treated for depression being given hope of treatment without validated medical support.