Yes. At first I had a good week, a bad week, a good week, a bad week, but since week 5 it’s been a fairly significant change. I don’t think I will ever be “cured”, but it’s made it a lot better to deal with and not go down the rabbit hole of ruminating thoughts of beating myself up. My paranoia has lessened as well. Anxiety will likely always be an issue, but it’s helped. I used to wake up and as soon as I opened my eyes I would feel a suffocating pressure of the world on my chest. Physical knots in my stomach and just overall tense body. One day I woke up and I still felt the “weight”/tension, but it wasn’t as bad as it had been. It’s a grueling process and I did skip a few sessions, but you are allowed to miss days and make them up. It’s a time consuming physically draining process, but it’s worth it if you are still feeling like the Ketamine is helping but not 100%. I had to go to the hospital because my insurance wouldn’t cover the other place. It’s 6 weeks, 5 days a week, 20 minute sessions. Driving to the hospital during COVID, Parking in the parking garage, walking through the hospital, talking to the nurse, and getting the treatment could sometimes be a 2+ hour daily affair. The zapping feels like a woodpecker pecking on your brain. If they put it on just a little off, it can hurt like hell. Like you are having a Charlie horse in your brain. I was able to get them to adjust it. They can also put a spacer to lessen the blow. The treatments made me super tired. I didn’t really want to do anything. If you are depressed it’s just like a regular day except it’s the TMS not the depression making you tired. In a way it’s like the banging on your brain takes your mind off of the depression. Getting motivated to go everyday was difficult, but I had wanted to try it for so long and my insurance covered a good chunk of it. I recommend the brainsway machine. Check with your insurance. I just happened to hear a commercial on the radio one day and called the number. I found out insurance does cover it now. If you do it, don’t give up. I wanted to after about 4 weeks. I was tired and didn’t feel a huge difference. I was frustrated with the process. My head was tired. It can be a lot doing Ketamine, TMS, and trauma therapy all at once. It’s helped me a lot. I hope this helps.