Depression Clinical Trial
Treatment Resistant Depression Clinical Trial
A constant sense of hopelessness and despair is a sign you may have major depression, also known as clinical depression. It may be difficult to work, study, sleep, eat, and enjoy friends and activities. Common symptoms include: Fatigue or loss of energy almost every day.
If you’ve been treated for depression but your symptoms haven’t improved, you may have treatment-resistant depression.
Feelings of worthlessness or guilt almost every day. Impaired concentration, indecisiveness. Insomnia or hypersomnia (excessive sleeping) almost every day.
Common Symptoms of Depression
- Persistent sadness
- Loss of interest in activities you once enjoyed
- Withdrawing from friends and family
- A sense of hopelessness
- Changes in eating habits
- Intense feelings of guilt
- Difficulty getting out of bed each morning
If you feel that your symptoms may have returned even after taking medication, please reach out to us with any questions and if you’re interested in a screening.
We are currently recruiting new patients for this clinical trial, to find out if you qualify see below.
- Similar to Ketamine, but with minimal side effect risk
- Participants are usually allowed to continue their other medications for sleep or anxiety
- Offers hope for people who have already tried antidepressant medications and have not gotten better
- Must be between the ages of 13 – 65
- Be currently experiencing symptoms of depression
Study Participants Will Receive
- All study-related evaluations, physical exams and visits at no cost
- All study medication at no cost
- Possible compensation for their time and travel