Save Minds provides services around Ketamine for anxiety. Once predominantly used as an anaesthetic, Ketamine is now gaining ground as a potential tool in the war against major depression; it is considered as a promising treatment against what is currently considered a leading cause of disability globally. Why is Ketamine so exciting, as a potential treatment for depression, you ask? Well, it has been established that, if an individual respond to Ketamine quickly, it has the potential to significantly reduce their chances of thinking about and committing suicide. It has also been shown to be effective in treating depression and anxiety. Whereas most medication meant to treat anxiety and depression take weeks (if not months) to take effect in patients, others require divergent modes of treatment for them to gain relief.