rTMS SHOCK THERAPY (My Experience) | Depression & Anxiety Treatment


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I Noah Thomas, the creator of this channel, a doctor diagnosed me with hypogonadism and legally prescribed me the medically indicated treatment of testosterone replacement therapy.

My story

My name is Noah and on May 18, 2011, I had a rare reaction to a medication called VIVITROL and, consequently, I became a suicidal depression with depersonalization and anxiety. I lost 25 pounds in 4 weeks and had total or almost panic panic for 8 weeks, mixed directly with the darkest and most painful depression I have ever imagined. I could not work immediately and I had to move with my parents who, along with many brothers and friends, had to watch me 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, as it was a danger to myself. I was eventually hospitalized in Psych Ward for a week. Spending each day seemed really unbearable and I knew that I would surely die. I have been prescribed many tricyclics, mood stabilizers, antipsychotics, holistic medications, acupuncture and even a form of shock therapy called RTMS. I barely saw an improvement in my condition for a full year. It was decided that I had treatment-resistant depression and spent almost every moment crying. Weeks after starting my last round of medications (Seroquel and Nortryptaline) as a last effort, blood was drawn for possible hormonal imbalances and my testosterone levels returned to 200 ng / Dl and 150 ng / Dl. The average 25-year-old man is 750 ng / Dl. With this discovery I had an explanation of why I was not improving and why I could be so sick. The symptoms of low T are very similar to those of major depression. I began legally prescribed testosterone replacement therapy shortly after and I have been consulting with the world and documenting my experience with treatment, as well as providing my insight and perspective on various mental health issues. I am lucky to say that, slowly, in the last 6 years, I have been improving and becoming more stable, which I never thought was possible. My low T was manifested in the form of major depression, anxiety and depersonalization / derealization for more than a year. Treating my low testosterone level has been a big part of the puzzle, but I have had to keep working hard to maintain my mental stability with many setbacks. Recovering some mental stability is a miracle, since I was close to death for what I felt forever. I still don't consider myself fully cured, but now I'm closer than ever and I intend to use what I've been through to help or at least offer support to others who need it. I was able to successfully leave my Seroquel and Pamelor.

I train all the time as part of my mental health recovery! Weight training and all kinds of cardio dominate much of my free time and I also share it on my channel.

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rTMS SHOCK THERAPY (My Experience) | Depression & Anxiety Treatment

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  1. I am on trt and do not feel as great as at the begenning what might be the reason ? Should I suplement some vitamins ?

  2. I did Neuro Feedback and even though it is more expensive it worked so well! It was crazy how well and fast it worked. I still do have my ups and downs but it gave me a whole new perspective on my mental state. It gave me more emotional resilience. There's no permanent fix for depression but this treatment did help me a lot. It helped me not kill myself and come back to a place where I could finish out the school year.

  3. Thanks for sharing your experience with this therapy. There's a newer therapy for treatment-resistant depression developed by Mount Sinai, they administer ketamine in a new way and a single treatment has sustained effects for something like two weeks.

  4. I did something called brainwave optimization. It is where you lay in a comfy zero gravity chair, you have read only sensors attached to your head, and you listen to your brainwaves. This allows your brain to see where there are imbalances and correct itself. It’s VERY helpful and very relaxing!!! If anyone is interested, look up “brainwave optimization”. I would highly suggest for anyone with depression, anxiety, ptsd, adhd, mood disorders etc.

  5. I think some people have type of depression that isn’t curable … just have to suffer n live with it . Its a fckin cancer can literally suck out all ur energy n life outta you smh . Not every day is dark n bad gotta look forward to better days n cherish happier moments & days . try to exercise & sleep good n do not overthink stuff …. live n take 1 day at a time is best solution .

  6. What was helpful for me was changing the script.. cutting all negative ties. I had to split with my partner as she was very similar to me.. there were days we would wollow in self pity feeling as if the world was against us.
    Now I've met someone who is the complete opposite to me.
    I'm also on a low dose of Test and hcg prescribed!

    Listen to Ian Brown
    "First World Problems"
    Depression can get to fuck. I dont have time for it.. easier said than done I know

  7. I went through the whole seven week procedure. It did nothing for me. It was painful as the coil was tapping through my skull, but the pain went away when it stopped. A lot of money for nothing. Thankfully insurance covered it. Not recommend.

  8. I've always been very curious about this type of treatment, it's VERY different from "shock therapy" and a lot more humane (for lack of a better term)

  9. Noah, you have SIBO? Go see GojiMan. His program cured it for pro body builder Hench Herbivore, it might work for you as well. All the best to you

  10. Like any great show my favorite part is when the main character makes a comeback. I can not wait until you get sober. You can do it.

  11. Hi Noah, I wanted the TMS to work so badly. Went into it with an open mind & heart that it would relieve my chronic depression. Unfortunately it did not. I also had the right side of my brain stimulated after my treatment on the left side of my brain for the depression & THAT did work. Am off my antidepressant completely now. Had been on it for yrs. It wasn't working anyway. I'm reluctant to try anymore meds. On or off meds it has been a challenging, all consuming mind set that has wreaked havoc in my life. TFS you Noah ✌🙌💜

  12. I put so much hope into TMS. The doctor was 100% convinced it would put my depression/depersonalization into remission. I did several sessions beyond the "normal" time period. Nothing. The doctor was pretty annoyed as she was well known for her success rate.

  13. Isn't it misleading to call TMS "shock therapy"? I had it, and it didn't do anything. It's not a very dramatic procedure.

  14. I know you lift weights but I've had great results with my depression and anxiety with walking and swimming. The repetive movements cause me go in a state of meditation. Maybe it would help you?

  15. I applaud your courage to talk openly about your experience and a topic which plagues so many, but who are afraid to admit it due to the stigma which still sadly exists. You rock!

  16. I tried it also for 6 weeks 5 days a week…unfortunately didnt get the results I wanted. It was disappointing. Still struggling with where to go from here. I've also done Ketamine infusions.

  17. Thanks for the education! I think it’s awesome that you didn’t give up in spite of some setbacks. I’m glad that you found the TRT solution. ♥️

  18. Oh dear Noah, so sorry to hear about your stomach issues. My son has been dealing with SIBO the past 5 months and it has been so difficult. Nausea and belching constantly. Treatment with lots of antibiotics. Hope you feel better soon. Thank you so much Noah. I was just looking this up for my son.

  19. I'm looking to get TMS soon, having gotten insurance approval and a doctor's nod. I believe its efficacy rate is around 50%, so it sounds like you fell into the group that doesn't respond.

  20. Great video. I just recently read about this actually. Do you have a video about medication? I have never had any medication (I suffer from intrusive thoughts which leads to anxiety, and its been on and off. It started in 2008, and from 2010 to 2014 Iw as able to overcome it, but in 2015 it came back after a very violent scene in amovie). Anyway, my concern with medication is that I understand not everything works, and I want to know what type of studies/research need to be dine in irder to decide the right medication. If you have a video like that and you can point me to it, I would really appreciate it. Thanks.

  21. Just to add that there is a huge folder about Depression and looking at it from all angles on my channel, hope they are useful to people ? In the Playlist part of my channel. 🙂

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