CIT Clinics patient Brenda Steele talks about the importance of combining key lifestyle changes with IV Ketamine in order to heal over time.
When I first started doing ketamine treatments, what I expected in terms of what I needed to bring to the table was very different than what I know now. I'm able to go in and do treatment and receive greater benefit now, because I know and I've been doing a lot of internal work and so you know this last time when I came in to receive sort of support booster treatment the fact that I've done the work around letting go and being open and you know learning to sit and be quiet with yourself and be present all of those things really help to enhance the quality of treatment that you experience here. If you're in a state where you're not used to sitting with yourself and being quiet, treatment can be more difficult. But again it can be that way in the beginning and it can help you to open you have to stay with that you have to keep going after the treatments are done you have to keep that opening going and it's a practice. You have to treat it as daily self-care, I think that's a really important thing that I wasn't aware of at the beginning that this was going to become a lifestyle change not just I'm coming in for treatment.
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