TMS Therapy

27
Jan

Small Steps to Big Changes in Mental Well-being

As we begin a new year, it’s the season of fresh starts and new opportunities. As you continue to make your resolutions, don’t forget about the importance of prioritizing your mental health. At TMS Washington, we understand the importance of building resilience. The journey to a healthier mind is personal, and it’s okay to navigate it at your own pace.

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31
Dec

New Year’s Resolutions for a Fulfilling 2024

The new year wouldn’t be the new year without setting an unrealistic resolution, right? Each year at the top of the list of popular resolutions are health and fitness goals-particularly weight loss. Even though losing weight and prioritizing your wellness are important, setting unrealistic weight loss or wellness goals can have a negative impact on you well-being. Instead, let’s explore

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23
Nov

10 Tips for Managing Grief, Loss, and Depression During The Holidays

10 Tips for Managing Grief, Loss, and Depression During The Holidays The holiday season is often referred to as the most wonderful time of the year, but it’s not merry and bright for everyone. When you or someone you love is struggling with grief, depression, or loss, the holiday season can be difficult to navigate. Emotional pain impacts each of

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19
Oct

Boost Your Mood for the Holidays with TMS Therapy And Use Your Insurance Benefits

The holiday season is here! While it’s known to be the season of joy, some people feel the opposite. If you’re struggling with depression and looking for ways to elevate your mood, you might be interested in exploring a non-medication approach called Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) Therapy. Now is the ideal time to use your insurance benefits to help with

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25
Sep

A Closer Look At The Top Stressors Americans Face

If stress is a regular part of your everyday life, you have company. A recent study shows that more than a quarter of U.S. adults say they’re so stressed they can’t function. From the relentless pressures of work and increasing financial concerns over inflation to political divisiveness and family relationships, there’s no shortage of issues to cause stress in life.

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9
Aug

5 Tips to Help You Navigate Change

Life is an ever-evolving journey, and change is a constant companion. And while it brings new beginnings and exciting opportunities, it can also feel overwhelming and challenging. Whether it’s a career shift, a move to a new city, the end of a relationship, or any other major life alteration, it’s okay to admit that change is hard. We all face

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12
Jul

The Burden of Depression

Embodied within depression lies an immense weight, a burden that can overpower even the most resilient spirit. As it continues to rob joy for those facing it, it steals hope and replaces it with concern for those around them. The Daily Struggle of Living with Depression Imagine waking up each day enveloped in a dense fog that shrouds your thoughts

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12
Jun

Is Brain Fog Holding You Back?

Have you ever experienced a foggy feeling in your mind, where details become hazy, and everything seems to slow down? That’s exactly how brain fog feels—an elusive cloud that impairs your attention and memory. Like foggy weather obscures our surroundings, brain fog covers up the clarity of our thoughts, making it challenging to focus and perform at our best. If

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19
May

5 Tips to Boost Brain Health

As we age, our brains may slow down and experience memory loss. But what if there was a way to delay or even prevent this decline? Research tells us that by making certain lifestyle choices, we can preserve optimal brain health and protect ourselves from cognitive decline or Alzheimer’s disease. So don’t worry – it’s not too late to take

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14
Oct

Why Are People With Disabilities at Risk for Depression?

It’s well-known that people with chronic illnesses or disabilities face greater challenges than most individuals in their day-to-day lives. From everyday tasks that most people take for granted to more significant challenges, people with disabilities often work harder than others just to get by. They may have trouble completing simple tasks, caring for themselves, or connecting with their peers. As

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