Fastest, Most Effective Depression Treatment Centers

Highly Effective Depression Treatment Starts with the Brain.

At Theta Wellness Center, we understand the Depression is just as REAL as any other health issue.

We use a drug-free, scientific, neurological approach to correct chemical imbalances in the brain, which are the root cause of common problems such as drug and alcohol abuse, pornography addiction, eating disorders, depression, anxiety, PTSD, video game addiction, and other unwanted behaviors.

Theta combines several cutting-edge technologies in a single treatment program that has been clinically shown to produce results that are up to 3 times faster and 11 times more effective than other mental health facilities, with a much lower recidivism rate than higher-priced “revolving-door” in-patient or residential mental health facilities. Some of these treatment tools include:

ThetaChamber℠ therapy

• Binaural audio stimulation

• Visual stimulation

• Vestibular (motion) stimulation

• Whole Body Light Stimulation℠ therapy

• Detoxification

• Relaxation techniques

Unlike counseling or pharmaceutical intervention, these treatments induce the brain’s “Theta” state, signaling the brain to return to normal, healthy production of neurotransmitters like serotonin and dopamine. Results of the treatment include reduced cravings, elevated mood, enhanced well being, and greater self control.

Theta’s comprehensive Depression and Anxiety protocol consists of two – 90 – 120 minutes sessions a day Monday through Friday and one 90 minute session on Saturday and Sunday for 4 weeks (28 days).

More than 50 years of research, comprising nearly 200 studies dating back to 1959 as well as recent first-hand patient outcomes, have shown Theta’s treatment protocols to be safe and effective. As technology, science and computers have advanced, these treatments have become more practical, less expensive and easier to obtain. They are now available at every comfortable, professional Theta Wellness Center, the most effective depression treatment center.

Facts About Depression

Depressive Disorders include the following three categories:

Major Depression: Interferes with ability to eat, sleep, work, study, or enjoy once-pleasurable activities. May occur once or recur frequently.

Dysthymia: Long-term, chronic symptoms, not disabling, but doesn’t feel good. May experience some major depression.

Bipolar Disorder: Cyclic mood changes between severe highs (mania) and severe lows (major depression). May be dramatic or gradual.

Depressive disorders affect about 16.5% of U.S. adults and 11.2% of adolescents. One in four women and one in ten men will suffer from depression at some point.

Depression results in more absenteeism than almost any other physical disorder and costs employers more than $51 billion per year in absenteeism and lost productivity, not including high medical and pharmaceutical bills. The total spent on antidepressants/antipsychotics in 2010 was $28 billion.

Depression destroys productivity, relationships, and quality of life. Unfortunately, 15% of severely depressed people will commit suicide, which is now the 4th leading cause of death among U.S. adults.

Current Treatment
Though counseling has historically been used for depression, the increasing availability of pharmaceuticals has nearly eliminated it as a treatment choice.

Antidepressants (and antipsychotics) are now the most-prescribed class of drugs in the U.S., though recent studies increasingly show antidepressants fail to beat placebos and carry serious risks. One of the most dangerous side effects of antidepressant therapy, especially in adolescents, is increased risk of suicide. Nevertheless, depression “treatment” remains a very important and lucrative market, primarily due to the fact that antidepressant drugs usually must be taken for life.

Currently, 21% of women and 10% of men in the U.S. take an antidepressant.

Learn more about the chemistry of Depression and Depressive Disorders in this special report.Click here to read